According to ALLCITYCODES.COM, the area code of Comoros is +269, which was adopted in 1997 when the country switched to the ITU-T E.164 numbering system. The code is divided into two parts: ‘+’ and ‘269’. The ‘+’ indicates that the number is international and the ‘269’ identifies the country as Comoros. In Comoros, telephone numbers are usually seven digits long and are divided into three parts: a two-digit area code, a three-digit exchange code and a two-digit line number. Area codes indicate the geographic region of the phone number and are used to route incoming calls to their respective locations. Exchange codes identify specific local calling areas within each geographic region, while line numbers identify individual subscribers within each local calling area. Comoros has seen advances in telecommunication services over recent years, with mobile phone penetration rates increasing rapidly across both rural and urban areas of the country. This has been driven by increased investment in infrastructure improvements as well as technological advancements such as 3G networks being rolled out in major cities across Comoros. As such, it is important for businesses operating within Comoros to ensure they are using the correct area codes when making calls within the country as well as when communicating with other countries around the world. The politics of Comoros take place in a framework of a federal presidential republic, whereby the President of Comoros is both head of state and head of government. Executive power is exercised by the government. Legislative power is vested in both the government and parliament. The unicameral Parliament has 33 seats, with members elected by popular vote to serve five-year terms. A constitutional referendum was held in 2009 and amendments were approved which included reducing the number of members in Parliament from 44 to 33. The Comorian political system is based on the French model, with three branches: executive, legislative, and judicial. The executive branch consists of a president who is elected to a five-year term by popular vote and a prime minister who is appointed by the president from among the members of Parliament. LOVERISTS: Features public policy of Comoros.
Yearbook 2004 Comoros. In March, parliamentary elections were held on the three semi-autonomous islands of Ngazidja (Grande Comore), Mwali (Mohéli) and Nzwani (Anjouan). In all […]