Tunisie Forum positioned in North Africa is bordered by Algeria to the west and Libya to the southeast. Sahara desert occupies forty per cent of the country. All the remaining part consists of fertile soil and a 1300 km coastline. Based on the reports by the World Economic Forum, Tunisia ranks high among Arab and African nations. The main city city of present Tunisia, called Tunis accounts for giving the country its name. It can also be from the Phoenician goddess Tanith or the ancient city of Tynes.
Tunisie SMShas a republic presidential system seen as an bicameral parliamentary system. It includes the Chamber of Representatives and the Chamber of Advisors. Zine El Abidine Ben Ali has been discharging the duties of President since 1987. Tunisie Internet He has the credit of starting a series of reforms designed to introduce political pluralism and boost the economy. In Tunisia, the President remains in power for five years. He appoints a Prime Minister and cabinet, who play an important role in the execution of policy. It boasts of an independent judiciary. The highly professional military won't have any link with politics. The parliament is opened to opposition parties since 1987. Presently, nine political parties are there in Tunisia, six of whom are represented in parliament. The President is contrary to the presence of religious parties in the parliament.