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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Marzouki, a human rights activist, is elected president, and Jebali, of Ennahda, is elected prime minister. Egypt had elections, implemented in stages. The Muslim Brotherhood won the majority of votes in the parliament. by Mohamed Bouazizi, a vendor living inpoverty, setting himself on fire after being continually harassed by police. Protests against police cruelty transformed intonational protest against President Ben Ali. He was forced flee on the 14th. Tunisia hosted its first parliament elections, and the party Ennahda, an Islamic party, won. Tunisia was the first country to have elections since the start of the Arab Spring. Ben Ali's prime minister, Ghannouchi, resigned due to increasing pressure from violent protests against his connections to Ben Ali. BEGAN BEGAN OUTCOMES Outcomes of the Arab Spring Revolution TUNISIA vs EGYPT By the end of 2011, Field Marshall Tantawi was heading the transitional government and Egypt's constitution was being amended. Protests in Tahrir Square were still going strong, this time saying military leaders were not moving towards democracy fast enough. Protesters said they would not leave until a civilian government was in place, and the existing government said it would not hand itself over until the constitution was written and a president had been elected. Tunisia is said to have the best outcome of the Arab Spring revolutionary nations. The country held elections for members of a Constitutional Assembly, controlled the transitional government and rewrote the constitution. Tunisia had a coalition government with many parties, headed by Ennahda, a moderate Islamist party, which appointed a new prime minister. by a suspectedal-Qaida bombingattack of a Copticchurch. Christians/Muslim riots ensued. December 2011 Dec. 17, 2010 Jan. 1, 2011 Jan. 14, 2011 Jan. Jan. 25-Feb. 11 Inspired by Tunisia, a total of 2 million protesters against President Mubarekorganized in Tahrir Square. Egyptian military took neutral role in protests. Mubarek was forced to resign without any protection. Feb. 11, 2011 President Mubarek went on trial for the killing of protesters and corruption. He denied all charges but was sent to prison for his life. Aug. 3, 2011 Feb. 27, 2011 Nov. 28, 2011 Oct. 24, 2011 Dec. 12, 2011
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