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- Patrick Merloe Senior associate and director of electoral programs conducted by NDI
- Michelle Gavin Adjunct fellow for Africa, Council on Foreign Relations
- Keith Richburg Foreign editor, "The Washington Post"
- Denis Kadima Executive director of EISA - a non-profit promoting credible elections and democratic governance in Africa
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