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The International Foundation for Electoral Systems (IFES) regularly disseminates press releases and statements on critical issues. Our senior representatives meet with policymakers around the world and are often called to testify on the impact of democracy assistance by U.S. lawmakers. We value every opportunity to highlight the importance of democracy assistance and the need for sustained support for our mission to give citizens a voice in how they are governed.


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12 Sep 2007 | Press Release
Election-related violence in Timor-Leste decreased in recent weeks, but eastern districts remain tense
21 Aug 2007 | Press Release
The EVER Project urges security actors and government officials to plan for a potential new surge in violence surrounding the government’s inaugural ceremony on August 30.
19 Aug 2007 | Press Release
Abuja, Nigeria – August 20, 2007 – IFES will host a conference this week to give Nigerians a chance to reflect on the April elections and offer recommendations to improve the process in the future...
14 Aug 2007 | Press Release
Washington, DC – August 15, 2007 – Nigerians are optimistic that their new leaders will make positive changes in their daily lives, even as they question the conduct of the April elections,...
12 Jul 2007 | Press Release
A new report from the Election Violence Education and Resolution or EVER project warns that the results of Timor-Leste’s parliamentary vote, and debate over the right to form a government, could...
26 Jun 2007 | Press Release
A new report from BELUN and IFES raises concern about the high level of election-related violence in Baucau, Viqueque, Ermera, and urges authorities to take action to prevent attacks in these...
10 Jun 2007 | Press Release
IFES will host a roundtable titled “45 Million Missing Women in India” on June 13 to examine the human rights and security effects of female feticide in the world’s largest democracy.
31 May 2007 | Press Release
Jean-Pierre Kingsley, the former Chief Electoral Officer of Canada, will become the new president of IFES on June 5.
26 Apr 2007 | Press Release
A new report from IFES provides recommendations to the government of Thailand as it attempts to reestablish a democratic government after last year’s military coup. The Pre-Election Technical...
11 Apr 2007 | Press Release
Armenian citizens will soon have a new and more efficient way to confirm that they are registered to vote, thanks to a project implemented by IFES and funded by the United States government.
11 Apr 2007 | Press Release
Washington, DC – APRIL 12, 2007 – A new survey from IFES indicates that more than seven out of ten Nigerians believe that vote buying happens either “all of the time” or “most of the time”...
9 Apr 2007 | Press Release
A new survey indicates that a growing number of Nigerians think the upcoming elections will be free and fair, when compared to the last two elections. However, concerns about election-related...