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Corrective Revolution (Arabic: الثورة التصحيحية), or alternately "Corrective Movement" (in Syria's case) and the "Corrective Step" (in South Yemen's case), may refer to:
- Corrective Revolution (Egypt), a reform (officially just a change in policy) introduced by Anwar Sadat.
- Corrective Movement (Syria), a reform program in Syria when Assad took power.
- Corrective Move, was an internal coup within National Liberation Front in 1969 in which the Marxist faction took power.
- 2013 Egyptian coup d'état, the coup plotters initially announced that a Corrective Revolution had occurred.
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