Why would a corrupt government ever invite election monitors?
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By: Ronny Rathgeber on July 6, 2012 at 10:12 pm
This is absolutely an very interesting book. I am interning at the Carter Center and our China program’s election monitor mission is in a similar mire as Dr. Kelley’s description. The government used to invite the Center to monitor the village-level direct election in order to affirm its credibility, but after the Color Revolutions and the Arab Spring, it is so sensitive to any external ”interference“.
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When International Election Observation Works,
and Why It Often Fails
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