Governorates of Tunisia


Governorates of Tunisia

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Politics of Tunisia
Tunisia is divided into 24 governorates:

  1. Ariana
  2. Béja
  3. Ben Arous
  4. Bizerte
  5. Gabès
  6. Gafsa
  7. Jendouba
  8. Kairouan
  9. Kasserine
  10. Kebili
  11. Kef
  12. Mahdia
  1. Manouba
  2. Medenine
  3. Monastir
  4. Nabeul
  5. Sfax
  6. Sidi Bouzid
  7. Siliana
  8. Sousse
  9. Tataouine
  10. Tozeur
  11. Tunis
  12. Zaghouan

The governorates are divided into 262 "delegations" or "districts" ("mutamadiyat"), and further subdivided into municipalities ("shaykhats") [ [http://www.statoids.com/utn.html Tunisia Governorates ] ] .

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