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Logo: Paris Call for Trust and Security in Cyberspace 11-12-2018

IFES has joined more than 1,000 other signatories in endorsing the Paris Call for Trust and Security in Cyberspace. As IFES works to ensure that technology, information and data positively serve democracy and elections, endorsement of the Paris Call affirms our organizational commitment to strengthening the security of digital spaces.

A voter casts a ballot in Nuwakot during the 2017 general elections.

On November 30, citizens of Nepal will go to the polls to fill 52 local, state and federal seats that have become vacant since the 2017 general elections. To help you understand this important electoral process, IFES provides Frequently Asked Questions on Elections in Nepal: 2019 By-Elections.

A person holds a rainbow flag during a march about LGBT rights in India's electoral processes. © Amitava Chandra

Designing and implementing inclusive monitoring, evaluation, and learning (IMEL) processes is critical to ensuring that all individuals, regardless of identity, are meaningfully represented in democracy and governance programming and able to fully exercise their rights as citizens. Join IFES on November 20 to learn more about this integrated approach and promising practices in conducting IMEL.

Elections by the Numbers

Argentina number of registered voters: 33.8 million

On October 27, Argentines went to the polls to elect a president and vice president, 24 senators and 130 deputies. A runoff will be held on November 24 if no presidential candidate receives at least 45 percent of the vote, or 40 percent with a 10-point marign over the runner-up. To help you understand this important electoral process, IFES provides Frequently Asked Questions  on Elections in Argentina: 2019 General Elections.

Bolivia number of registered voters: 6.2 million

On October 20, Bolivians went to the polls to elect a president and vice president, 130 deputies and 36 senators. To help you understand this important electoral process, IFES provides Frequently Asked Questions on Elections in Bolivia: 2019 General Elections.

Tunisia number of registered voters: 7.1 million

On October 6, Tunisians went to the polls to elect a new Assembly of the Representatives of the People. These elections took place less than a month after the first round of the early presidential election. To help you understand this important electoral process, IFES provides Frequently Asked Questions on Elections in Tunisia: 2019 Parliamentary Elections.