TITLE

Tunus'ta Halk Ayaklanması: Nedenleri ve Etkileri

AUTHOR(S)
TANRIVERDI O., Nebahat
PUB. DATE
February 2010
SOURCE
Middle Eastern Analysis / Ortadogu Analiz;2010, Vol. 2 Issue 14, p27
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Ben Ali built up his 23 years of power on the basis of his foreign policy, economic policies and domestic policies. But the recent unrest breaks that power balance and sustains a support both in the public, media and some of state institutions. General Ammar removed the "de facto" support of army behind Ben Ali by refusing to order his troops to fire on protesters and with his decision. On the other side, wikileaks cables on Tunisia enraged the public and also the agreement of USA, Germany and United Kingdom regarding reforms in Tunisia are other determinants of successfully ousting Ben Ali.
ACCESSION #
60124353

 

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