Waltz, who teaches in the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy, was part of the Carter Center’s Election Observer Mission working in the northern Africa country.

“It is, of course, a real privilege to be here as an election observer,” Waltz said via e-mail. “In just a few short months, Tunisians have undertaken a complete overhaul of their electoral system—everything from setting up a system of polling centers, creating a bureau of independent election officials and registering people to vote.”

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