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Tunisia

Hamadi Jebali

Date of Birth: 12 January 1949
Place of Birth: Sousse


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Upstarts and old guards

First serving as Defence Minister between 2011 and 2013 he resigned criticising the then government of Islamist Prime Minister Hamadi Jebali (now also competing for the presidency) for not devoting sufficient resources to the armed forces to fight terrorism...


New faces, old enmities

Ghannouchi had seemed likely to back a non-Islamist probably Prime Minister Youssef Chahed but pressure from Ennahda ranks for a less nuanced approach – and a rival bid from former Ennahda Prime Minister Hamadi Jebali – made him change his mind...


One country for old men

Meanwhile more and more politicians who rose up in post-2011 governments – including former Ennahda Prime Minister Hamadi Jebali and recent (January 2014 to January 2015) 'technocrat' PM Mehdi Jomaa – are angling for new alliances...


Splits prolong crisis

An already serious political crisis was exacerbated when gunmen killed Chokri Belaïd on 6 February and Prime Minister Hamadi Jebali from the ruling Hizb Ennahda (Renaissance Party) resigned 13 days later...


Answers needed

While Ennahda Prime Minister Hamadi Jebali tries to form a consensual government of technocrats before elections planned for later this year demons from within the old Deep State and Islamist fringes threaten to derail the experiment in constitutional democracy if confidence cannot be restored...


What lies beyond Tahrir

Yet the prominence of MB associates in the governments of Morocco’s Abdelillah Benkirane and Tunisia’s Hamadi Jebali may tempt them into a leadership role (AC Vol 52 No 25 Brothers unbound)...


Moncef Marzouki

As Prime Minister Hamadi Jebali – of the Islamist Ennahda movement – holds the more powerful position...


Brothers unbound

Its government is to be led not by its leader Sheikh Rachid Ghannouchi but by Hamadi Jebali a former Editor of the party newspaper who spent 15 years in gaol (including a decade in solitary confinement) from 1992...


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