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Voting for Change: The Pitfalls and Possibilities of First Elections in Arab Transitions
Policy Brief

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BDC-Stanford Project on Arab Transitions, Vol. 2

May 2012

The first elections after the fall of authoritarian regimes present an important opportunity for both local and international actors to strengthen transitional processes. Drawing on lessons from Egypt and Tunisia’s “founding elections”, this paper addresses how best to support democratic practices in elections to come in the Arab world.
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