Former President Jimmy Carter cuts short trip to Guyana - CBS46 News

Former President Jimmy Carter cuts short trip to Guyana

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GEORGETOWN, GUYANA (CBS46) -

Former President Jimmy Carter cut his trip to Guyana short amid health concerns.

CBS46's Scott Light had been traveling with President Carter during his trip for the 100th election The Carter Center has observed worldwide and the fourth one in Guyana.

The Carter Center released the following statement:

"President Carter was not feeling well and has departed Guyana to return to Atlanta today. The Carter Center election observation mission in Guyana is continuing its work and will keep him informed of developments. President Carter is hopeful about Guyana's election and expressed his commitment and that of The Carter Center to supporting Guyana in the days ahead, stressing the need for a peaceful process before, during, and after the election."

President Carter made a short surprise appearance Monday morning at a summit on the global sexual exploitation industry.

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