According to ALLCITYCODES.COM, the area code of Tunisia is +216. It is a North African country located on the Mediterranean Sea with an estimated population of 11.7 million people. The official language is Arabic, however French and Berber are also spoken throughout the country. Tunisia has a Mediterranean climate characterized by mild temperatures year round with temperatures ranging from 10 to 22 degrees Celsius. The rainy season usually occurs between October and April while the dry season tends to occur between May and September. Tunisian culture has been heavily influenced by its history as well as the different ethnic groups that make up its population. Music styles range from traditional folk music such as Andalusian or Chaabi to more modern genres such as hip-hop or raï while traditional dance often incorporates intricate hand movements accompanied by drums or other instruments. Religion also plays an important role in Tunisian culture with Islam being the predominant faith followed by other faiths such as Christianity, Judaism and Baha’i Faith. Tunisia is home to many unique species including Fennec Fox, Barbary Macaque, Barbary Falcon and Desert Warthog among many others. There are also several national parks where visitors can explore these animals in their natural habitats such as Ichkeul National Park or El Feija National Park. Tunisia has a multi-party presidential system of government with a strong executive branch. The president is the head of state and government, and the unicameral Parliament holds legislative power. The President is elected for up to two five-year terms by popular vote. Tunisia has a long history of political stability, with only two presidents since independence in 1956. The current president, Kais Saied, was elected in 2019 after winning an overwhelming majority of votes in the second round of elections. Tunisia’s constitution guarantees freedom of speech, assembly and association, as well as other human rights such as gender equality and religious freedom. Political parties are largely divided along secular-religious lines but Tunisia also has several smaller parties that focus on economic issues or regional interests. In recent years there have been several protests and demonstrations against the government due to corruption and economic mismanagement, but these have not threatened the overall stability of the country. LOVERISTS: Features public policy of Tunisia.