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Based on work already undertaken in regards to local government elections (LGEs), DRI is currently conducting an assessment of the LGEs 2013 in Pakistan with an focus on analyzing systematic issues and making recommendations for reform.
Eight Tunisian election observer groups launched a campaign on 22 and 23 November for the reform of the election law ahead of the next, critically important elections. DRI’s Tunisia office has supported these groups in drawing lessons for reforms from their observations and in building an advocacy platform.
DRI held a brown bag lunch in Brussels with ERIS to look at how to maximise the impact of EU election observation recommendations. The meeting was hosted by the European Endowment for Democracy.
DRI has been engaged in the region since 2006 and has been highly active in Tunisia, Egypt and Libya in supporting local civil society organisations in their democratic reform efforts following the ‘Arab Spring’.
DRI engages political actors, state bodies and the media in partnership with Pakistani organisations to advocate for more credible and inclusive elections in line with international standards.
Briefing Paper 43, November 2013
Briefing Paper 42, November 2013
Opinion Article, Open Democracy, 8 November 2013
Briefing Paper 41, September 2013
Briefing Paper 40, September 2013