Who Rules Tunisia now?

Who Rules Tunisia now?

President of Tunisia

President of the Republic of Tunisia رئيس الجمهورية التونسية Président de la République Tunisienne
Incumbent Kais Saied since 23 October 2019
Style His Excellency (Son Excellence)
Residence Palace of the Republic, Carthage
Term length Five years, renewable once

Who is the current prime minister of the Tunisia?

The last prime minister, Hichem Mechichi was appointed by President Kais Saied. He assumed office on 2 September 2020 following the resignation of Elyes Fakhfakh. The position has been vacant since 25 July 2021 following the removal of prime minister Mechichi from office by President Saied.

Who is in charge of Tunisian government?

Tunisia’s first democratically elected president Beji Caid Essebsi died in July 2019. After him Kais Saied became Tunisia’s president after a landslide victory in the 2019 Tunisian presidential elections in October 2019.

Does Tunisia have provinces?

Tunisia is divided into 24 governorates (wilayat, sing. This term in Arabic can also be translated as province or federated state (though the latter does not apply, as Tunisia is a unitary state).

What currency is in Tunisia?

Tunisian dinar
Tunisia/Currencies

What religion is Tunisia?

The constitution declares the country’s religion to be Islam.

What food do they eat in Tunisia?

The Best Tunisian Food

  • Couscous. A staple of North African and Tunisian cuisine, you simply can’t claim to be familiar with Tunisian food if you haven’t had one (or twenty) tagines filled to the brim with couscous!
  • Ojja (Shakshuka)
  • Brik.
  • Merguez.
  • Chorba (Shorba)
  • Poulet Meshi.
  • Maghrebi Mint Tea.
  • Delget Nour Dates.

What language do they speak in Tunisia?

Arabic
Tunisia/Official languages

When did Tunisia gain its independence from France?

Tunisia gained independence under the leadership of Habib Bourguiba, who declared the Tunisian Republic in 1957. Tunisian culture and identity are rooted in this centuries-long intersection of different cultural and ethnic groups.

What was the population of Tunisia in 2017?

It is bordered by Algeria to the west and southwest, Libya to the southeast, and the Mediterranean Sea to the north and east. Tunisia’s population was 11.435 million in 2017. Tunisia’s name is derived from its capital city, Tunis, which is located on its northeast coast.

Where did the country of Tunisia get its name?

The word Tunisia is derived from Tunis; a central urban hub and the capital of modern-day Tunisia. The present form of the name, with its Latinate suffix -ia, evolved from French Tunisie, in turn generally associated with the Berber root ⵜⵏⵙ, transcribed tns, which means “to lay down” or “encampment”.

Who is the first trading partner of Tunisia?

The European Union remains Tunisia’s first trading partner, currently accounting for 72.5% of Tunisian imports and 75% of Tunisian exports. Tunisia is one of the European Union’s most established trading partners in the Mediterranean region and ranks as the EU’s 30th largest trading partner.

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