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Tunisian revolution

The Tunisian Revolution[8] was an intensive campaign of civil resistance, including a series
of street demonstrations taking place in Tunisia. The events began in December 2010 and led
to the ousting of longtime President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali in January 2011 eventually
leading to a thorough democratization of the country and to free and democratic elections
which saw the victory of a coalition of the islamist Ennahda Movement with the Centre-Left
Congress for the Republic and the Left-leaning Ettakatol as junior partners.
The demonstrations were precipitated by high unemployment, food inflation, corruption,[9] a
lack of freedom of speech and other political freedoms[10] and poor living conditions. The
protests constituted the most dramatic wave of social and political unrest in Tunisia in three
decades[11][12] and have resulted in scores of deaths and injuries, most of which were the result
of action by police and security forces against demonstrators. The protests were sparked by
the self-immolation of Mohamed Bouazizi on 17 December[13] and led to the ousting of
President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali 28 days later on 14 January 2011, when he officially
resigned after fleeing to Saudi Arabia, ending 23 years in power.[14][15] Labour unions were
said to be an integral part of the protests.[16] The protests inspired similar actions throughout
the Arab world; the Egyptian revolution began after the events in Tunisia and also led to the
ousting of Egypt's longtime president Hosni Mubarak and a full-scale civil war in Libya that
led to the ousting and death of Muammar Gaddafi after 42 years of his rule; furthermore,
uprisings in Bahrain, Syria and Yemen and major protests have also taken place in Algeria,
Jordan, Morocco, Israel's borders, Iraq and Mauritania[17] as well as elsewhere in the wider
North Africa and Middle East.[18]
Following Ben Ali's departure, a state of emergency was declared. The Constitutional Court
affirmed Fouad Mebazaa as acting president under Article 57 of the Constitution. A caretaker
coalition government was also created, including members of Ben Ali's party, the
Constitutional Democratic Rally (RCD), in key ministries, while including other opposition
figures in other ministries, with elections to take place within 60 days. However, five newly
appointed non-RCD ministers resigned[19][20] almost immediately, and daily street protests in
Tunis and other towns around Tunisia continued, demanding that the new government have
no RCD members and that the RCD itself be disbanded.[20][21][22] On 27 January Prime
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