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Former U.S. president to lead election observation delegation to Nepal
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20:48, April 01, 2008

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Former President of the United States Jimmy Carter and his wife Rosalynn, the founders of the Carter Center, are scheduled to arrive in Kathmandu, leading an international election observation delegation to Nepal next week.

According to the Carter Center, the Carter couple is expected to arrive in Kathmandu on April 7.

Surakiart Sathirathai, former deputy Prime Minister of Thailand, will co-lead the delegation of 60 observers representing more than 20 different nationalities deployed by the Center throughout Nepal.

While in Nepal, the delegation will meet the leaders of the political parties, Election Commission officials and representatives of domestic and international election observation missions, and will monitor the Constituent Assembly elections on April 10.

Source: Xinhua

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