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Republic Day Tunisia 25 July | Republic of Tunisia | National Assembly | Habib Bourguiba

Republic Day Tunisia 25 July | Republic of Tunisia | National Assembly |  Habib Bourguiba 

Tunisia officially known as the Republic of Tunisia, it's a sovereign state in the northwest continent, that covers a hundred sixty-five, lakh sq. kilometers. Its last point, Cape Angela, is the northernmost point of the African continent. It is from Algeria toward the west and southwest, Libya toward the southeast, and to the Mediterranean Sea toward the north and east.



Republic Day Tunisia 25 July | Republic of Tunisia | National Assembly |  Habib Bourguiba
Republic Day Tunisia 25 July | Republic of Tunisia | National Assembly |  Habib Bourguiba 

In 2016, Tunisia’s population was calculable to be but eleven.93 million. The Republic of Tunisia is called once its capital town, Tunis, that is found on its northeast coast.

In ancient times, Tunisia was inhabited mainly by barbarians. Phoenician immigration began in the 12th century BC. These immigrants established Carthage. An important commercial force and military opponent of the Roman Republic, the Romans defeated Carthage in 146 BC.


 Roman, who possess Tunisia in the following eight hundred years, began Christianity and left the design inheritance, for example, El Gem Amphitheater. After many efforts to start in 647, the Muslims won the whole of Tunisia by 697, after which the Ottoman Empire was conquered between 1534 and 1574. The Ottomans ruled for more than three hundred years. In 1881 the French colonization of Tunisia took place.


Tunisia gained independence with Habib Bourguiba and in 1957 announced the Republic of Tunisia. Tunisia ensured the independence from France in 1956 with Habib Bourguiba as prime minister. A year later, Tunisia was declared a republic, with Bourguiba as the first president.



Republic Day Tunisia 25 July | Republic of Tunisia | National Assembly |  Habib Bourguiba
Tunisia  National Flag

Pre freedom:

In 1869, Tunisia declared bankruptcy and an international financial commission took control of its economy. In 1881, using a Tunisian infiltration debate in Algeria, the French attacked with an army of 36,000 and forced Bay to accept the terms of the 1881 treaty. With this treaty, Tunisia was officially protected by the French with Italian objections.


French Tunisia had its headquarters in metropolitan France, a subsidiary of the Vichy government. From November 1942 to May 1943, Vichy Tunisia was captured by Nazi Germany.


From 1942-1943, Tunisia was the scene of the Tunis campaign, which was a series of battles between the Axis and the Allies. The war opened with the initial success of the German and Italian forces, but the heavy supplies and the numerical superiority of the allies led to the surrender of the Axis on May 13, 1943.

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