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Chapman’s News & Ideas They Check Voter IDs in Tunisia

Official foreign observers are in Tunisia this week for the parliamentary elections that take place on the 26th–three years after “the Arab Spring” revolution that returned democracy to this nation of 10 million. Today, leaders of the Independent Election Commission that has put 15,000 trained polling officials on duty assured the International Republican Institute delegation (of which I am a member) that every effort is made to avoid fraud.

For example, if someone appears at a voting center without acceptable ID, he or she will be turned away. Without exceptions.

Maybe in a few days, after their own election, Tunisia should send election observers to the United States where voter ID is called unfair and discriminatory and the danger of fraud is largely treated as a fantasy.