حمادي الجبالي (و. 1368 هـ / 1949 م بسوسة) هو سياسي ومهندس وصحفي تونسي يشغل منصب أمين حركة النهضة التونسية العام كما تم تكليفه لترؤس حكومته في 13 ديسمبر 2011 خلفا لحكومة الباجي قايد السبسي (2011) بعد فوز حركة النهضة في انتخابات المجلس التأسيسي 2011.
السيد حمادي الجبالي قدم إستقالته يوم 19 فبراير 2013 من رئاسة الحكومة، بعد رفض الأغلبية المتمثلة في حركة النهضة و المؤتمر من أجل الجمهورية مبادرته بتشكيل حكومة تكنوقراط.
رشحت حركة النهضة علي العريض وزير الداخلية في حكومة حمادي الجبالي لتشكيل حكومة بعد إستقالة الوزير الأول حمادي الجبالي الذي هو من نفس الحزب حركة النهضة و بهذا أنتهت مهام حكومة حمادي الجبالي رسميا يوم 13 مارس 2013 بعد مصادقة المجلس الوطني التأسيسي على حكومة علي العريض.
Hamadi Jebali (Arabic: حمادي الجبالي, Ḥammādī al-Jibālī; born 12 January 1949) is a Tunisian engineer, Islamist politician and journalist who was Prime Minister of Tunisia from December 2011 to March 2013. He is the Secretary-General of the Ennahda Movement, a moderate Islamist party in Tunisia.
In 1981 he became involved with Tunisia's Islamist movement, then called Movement of the Islamic Tendency. He was director and editor-in-chief of Al-Fajr (Dawn), the former weekly newspaper of the Islamist Ennahda Party. Moreover he served as longtime member of the party's executive council and remains secretary-general of Ennahda.
Following the Tunisian revolution in January 2011, Ennahda was legalised. Since then, Hamadi Jebali has been present in public as the party's secretary-general and spokesman.
In May 2011, he traveled to Washington, D.C., on the invitation of the Center for the Study of Islam and Democracy. He also met U.S. Senators John McCain and Joe Lieberman. Ensuing Ennahda's success in the Constituent Assembly election on 23 October 2011, the party nominated him as its candidate for prime minister. Jebali is considered a proponent of the reformist wing of his party. Interim President Moncef Marzouki appointed Jebali as Prime Minister of Tunisia on 14 December 2011. He presented his government on 20 December. He officially took office on 24 December.
On 19 February 2013, he resigned his office. The move followed his attempt to form a technocratic government following the assassination of Chokri Belaid and ensuing protests against the alleged Islamisation of the country. Ennahda, however, rejected his resignation insisting on a government of politicians and Jebali formally resigned after a meeting with President Moncef Marzouki saying it was in the best interests of the country. He said: "I promised if my initiative did not succeed I would resign as head of the government, and this is what I am doing following my meeting with the president. Today there is a great disappointment among the people and we must regain their trust and this resignation is a first step." Party leader Rachid Ghannouchi then suggested a government of politicians and technocrats, while Jebali suggested that if he was tasked with forming a new government it would have to include non-partisan ministers and a variety of political representation that would lead to a new election. Unnamed opposition figures welcomed the resignation. The same day, Standard & Poor downgraded Tunisia's credit rating. However, the I said that it was still in talks for a US$1.78 billion loan to the country. MF