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For Immediate Release
October 13, 2004

Tunisians Study U.S. Elections
Fact of the Day

Tunisians are closely following the American presidential election as they prepare for their own election next month. A group that included university students and the former head of a Tunisian political party gathered at the U.S. Embassy's American Center to watch and discuss the United States presidential debates. Another group of 30 journalism students participated in a roundtable discussion on the role of the media in elections. Embassy officials have also conducted a radio discussion on U.S. elections, and the American Center is sponsoring a weekly screening of election-related films. As a result, Tunisians are learning more about American politics and the democratic process.

Source: U.S. Embassy, Tunisia

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