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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Egypt vs. Tunisia: Similar Starts to Revolution President Resigns are held throughout the country resigns after mass protests Egyptian president Mubarak Heated Beginnings The Tunisian Arab Spring President Flees Tunisian president Ben Ali was driven from the country December 2010 The death toll realeasedby the Egyptian government was around900 people began with a street vendor named Bouazizi setting himself on fire Heated Beginnings The Egyptian Arab Spring began with a restaurant owner setting himself on fire January 2011 January 2011 due to large scale protests February 2011 Morsi and Military Morsi from the Muslim Brotherhood is voted into power, protests (and help from the West) allow a military coup to take place Today June 2012 December 2011 Election Day Tunisian elections went over quite smoothly, a new president named Moncef Marzouki was elected Both the Arab Spring in Egypt and Tunisia started in flames, but after many months of protests and violence these two countries have completely different political outcomes. Democracy easily took hold in Tunisia but in Egypt a bloody civil war broke out that is still going on today. Egypt went from a military dictatorship led by Mubarak, to briefDemocracy, to another militarydictatorship because of the coup and help from the West The total rate of tweets in Egypt went from 2,300 a day to 230,000 a day during the protesting The death toll realeasedby the Tunisian government was around300 people
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