Tunisia

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Tunisia Kiōng-hô-kok
الجمهورية التونسية
Flag of Tunisia.svg Coat of arms of Tunisia.svg
Kok-kî Kok-hui
Chu-kù: حرية، ، عدالة، نظام
"Ḥurrīyah, 'Adālah, Niẓām"
"Liberty, Justice, Order"[1]
Kok-koa: حماة الحمى
Humat al-Hima
Defenders of the Homeland
Chū-jiân tē-lí
(si̍t-chè khòng-chè tē-khu)
Tunisia ê só͘-chāi
Tunisia ê só͘-chāi.
Siú-to͘ Tunis
Siāng-tōa siâⁿ-chhī capital
Bīn-chek
  • Kok-thó͘ bīn-chek: 163610 km² pâi sè-kài tē-93rd miâ
Sî-khu UTC+1
Jîn-bîn seng-oa̍h
Koaⁿ-hong gí-giân Arabic[2]
Jîn-kháu
  • Chóng jîn-kháu: 10,982,754[3] lâng 2014 nî kó͘-kè, pâi sè-kài tē 79th miâ
Jîn-bîn hō-miâ Tunisian
Chèng-tī bûn-hoà
chèng-tī chè-tō͘ Unitary semi-presidential republic[4][5]
Kok-ka léng-tō-jîn
Keng-chè si̍t-le̍k
hoè-pè tan-ūi Tunisian dinar (TND)
Gini hē-sò͘ 36.1(2010 nî)
GDP (PPP) $130.831 billion[6] (2016 nî)
GDP (bêng-gī siōng ê) $42.388 billion[6] (2016 nî)
Pêng-kin GDP (PPP) $11,656[6] (2016 nî)
Pêng-kin GDP (bêng-gī siōng ê) $3,776[6] (2016 nî)
HDI 0.721 (2014 nî)
thong-iōng gí-giân
English (commercial and educational)
Kok-ka chu-liāu
Kok-ka tāi-hō +216
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kok-chè tiān-oē khu-hō +216

Tunisia Kiōng-hô-kok (A-la-pek-gí: الجمهرية التونسية) tiàm-tī Hui-chiu pak-pō͘. Tī Algeria kap Libya tiong-kan. Hái-hōaⁿTē-tiong-hái.

Ki-pún chu-liāu[siu-kái | kái goân-sú-bé]

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  1. "Tunisia Constitution, Article 4" (PDF). 26 January 2014. 10 February 2014 khòaⁿ--ê. 
  2. "Tunisian Constitution, Article 1" (PDF). 26 January 2014. goân-loē-iông (PDF) tī 9 February 2014 hőng khó͘-pih. 10 February 2014 khòaⁿ--ê.  Translation by the University of Bern: "Tunisia is a free State, independent and sovereign; its religion is the Islam, its language is Arabic, and its form is the Republic."
  3. "National Institute of Statistics-Tunisia". National Institute of Statistics-Tunisia. 12 September 2014. 12 September 2014 khòaⁿ--ê. 
  4. Frosini, Justin; Biagi, Francesco (2014). Political and Constitutional Transitions in North Africa: Actors and Factors. Routledge. p. 4. ISBN 9781317597452. 
  5. Choudhry, Sujit; Stacey, Richard (2014) "Semi-presidential government in Tunisia and Egypt". International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance. Retrieved 7 January 2016.
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 6.3 "Tunisia". International Monetary Fund. 
  7. Arabic, Tunisian Spoken. Ethnologue (19 February 1999). Retrieved on 5 September 2015.
  8. "Tamazight language". Encyclopædia Britannica. 
  9. "Nawaat – Interview avec l’ Association Tunisienne de Culture Amazighe". Nawaat. 
  10. "An outline of the Shilha (Berber) vernacular of Douiret (Southern Tunisia)". 
  11. "Tunisian Amazigh and the Fight for Recognition – Tunisialive". Tunisialive.