Tunisia's first freely elected government has been sworn in following a popular uprising earlier this year.
The new government led by moderate Islamist party Ennahda received a vote of confidence in parliament Friday and was sworn in Saturday.
Tunisia threw off decades of authoritarian rule in January and held widely praised elections, but Prime Minister Hamadi Jebali warned the country faces many challenges: high unemployment, pockets of unrest and a stagnating economy.
Tunisia's democratic transition is being closely watched since its revolt led to a rash of similar uprisings across the Arab world.
Its new government is still only temporary, running the country until a new constitution is written and another round of elections held.