Parliamentary speaker becomes acting president: in Tunisia
The prime minister is out of the picture
Ahram Online, Saturday 15 Jan 2011
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Parliamentary Speaker Fouad Mebazaa was appointed the new interim leader for 60 days until official presidential elections are held, in accordance with Article 57 of the Tunisian constitution -- ruling out any return to power by Zine El Abidine Ben Ali.
Ben Ali has officially been ousted from power, the country's Constitutional Council decided Saturday in a ruling published by the official news agency TAP.
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