Tunisian Prime Minister Resigns

It was revealed yesterday that Hamadi Jebali was not exaggerating when he stated if his initiative to form a technocractic government failed that he would resign.  Though he gave no hint of what was to come when he announced his meeting with President Moncef Marzouki, many speculated that his resignation was forthcoming and they were proven correct.
While Jebali publicly stated that he felt the move was best for Tunisia, its immediate ramifications resulted in further political instability.  A further blow to the country occurred earlier in the day when international agencies downgraded the government’s credit rating.  This downgrade will further hamper Tunisia’s struggling economy by weakening already strained foreign confidence and making borrowing harder. Unemployment and inflation have been skyrocketing and Tunisia has a long road in front of it to recover from these recent blows.
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