Tunisia

Debates and Opinions

Debates

  • nonviolence and civil disobedience

    Egypt and Tunisia were once oppressive countries that because of large rallies of peaceful protesters now have new governments that are less oppressive than the previous ones.

  • The Political Process in The United States

    I came to the United States 7 years ago with one goal in mind is to better my life and live the American Dream as I heard about it so much growing up thousands of miles away in small country in North Africa Called Tunisia.

Opinions

  • Has social media helped the cause of the people's revolutions and call for freedom in Tunisia and Egypt?

    Social media has helped the cause of the people's revolutions in Tunisia and Egypt. Social media has played a key role in the revolutions and calls for freedom in Tunisia and Egypt. Yes social media has definitely helped the cause of the people's revolutions and call for freedom in Tunisia and Egypt.

  • Was the Arab Spring worth it?

    The are not only killing off the liberals and even socialists, but the radical govornments that have siezed power in egypt and tunisia are doing everything in their power to destabelize the north african and niddle east regions. It is a blot on our record for letting down the pro american presidents of egypt and tunisia.

Polls

  • Have you ever visited a country in Africa?

    Yes I have travelled through Morocco and the Sahara desert as well as Tunisia I live in Africa. No Yes I visited Tunisia. Tunisia does have its issues politically and socially, but really, its an incredible country, one that that I wouldn't hesitate on recommending if you want to an experience and a holiday merged into one.

  • What country in Western Europe would you like to visit?

    To the south, it consists of the entirety of the Italian Peninsula and the two biggest Mediterranean islands of Sicily and Sardinia.Italian territory also includes the islands of Pantelleria, 60 km east of the Tunisian coast and 100 km southwest of Sicily, and Lampedusa, at about 113 km from Tunisia and at 176 km from Sicily, in addition to many other smaller islands. To the south, it consists of the entirety of the Italian Peninsula and the two biggest Mediterranean islands of Sicily and Sardinia.Italian territory also includes the islands of Pantelleria, 60 km east of the Tunisian coast and 100 km southwest of Sicily, and Lampedusa, at about 113 km from Tunisia and at 176 km from Sicily, in addition to many other smaller islands. To the south, it consists of the entirety of the Italian Peninsula and the two biggest Mediterranean islands of Sicily and Sardinia.Italian territory also includes the islands of Pantelleria, 60 km east of the Tunisian coast...

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q:
    What famous people were born in Tunisia?
  • A:
    People born here include:
    - Jean Cohen
    - Walid Smichet
    - Jean Cohen
    - Anis Ayari
    - Amine Ltaïef
    - Jaouhar Mnari
    - Ali Boumnijel
  • Q:
    Which city is the capital of Tunisia?
  • A:
    Tunis is the capital of this country.
  • Q:
    What are the official languages in Tunisia?
  • A:
    People living in this country generally speak Arabic.
  • Q:
    What type of money is accepted in Tunisia?
  • A:
    The currencies accepted in this country include the Tunisian dinar and Tunisian franc.
  • Q:
    What did Tunisia use as their official currency in the past?
  • A:
    The country's former currency includes the Tunisian franc.
  • Q:
    Under which form of government does Tunisia operate?
  • A:
    The governing regime is a Republic.
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