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Hazim Sabah Ahmied
Ansam Saad Hussein Zidan


Tunisia is considered one of the countries that adopted the democratic system changing its system of government from tyranny to a multi-democratic system after the Zine El Abidine Ben Ali’s era. It was able to form temporary governments to run state affairs and conduct business. Then the Constituent Assembly elections were held for Tunisia after the stage of its previous regime, and these elections were the best because it practiced the democratic path through the political participation of all parties that achieved good percentages, such as the Ennahda party, which won the highest seats and votes compared to its competitors. After that a new 2014 constitution for the country was drafted as a substitute for the 1959 constitution on the basis of which laws were organized to be obeyed. Later, other elections were held in 2014, which expressed the top democratic transition.


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Ahmied, H. S., & Hussein Zidan, A. S. (2023). The Results of the Democratic Transition on the Tunisian Political buffer after 2011. Al-Kitab Journal for Human Sciences, 6(9), 283–296.