Delegations of Tunisia

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The delegations of Tunisia (mutamadiyah) are the second level administrative divisions of Tunisia between the governorates and the sectors (imadats). As of 2006 there were 24 governorates which were divided into 264 delegations (mutamadiyat) and further divided into 2073 sectors.[1] The delegations are listed below, organized by governorate.

Delegations of Tunisia

Ariana

Delegations of Ariana:[2]

  • Ariana Medina
  • Ettadhamen
  • Kalaat El Andalous
  • Mnihla
  • Raoued
  • Sidi Thabet
  • Soukra

Beja

Delegations of Beja:[3]

Ben Arous

Delegations of Ben Arous:[4]

  • Ben Arous
  • Boumhel
  • El Mourouj
  • Ezzahra
  • Fouchana
  • Hammam Chott
  • Hammam Lif
  • M'Hamdia
  • Medina Jedida
  • Megrine
  • Mornag
  • Rades

Bizerte

Delegations of Bizerte:[5]

  • Bizerte North
  • Bizerte South
  • Djoumime
  • El Alia
  • Ghar El Melh
  • Ghezala
  • Mateur
  • Menzel Bourguiba
  • Menzel Jemil
  • Ras Jebel
  • Sejenane
  • Tinja
  • Utique
  • Zarzouna

Gabès

Delegations of Gabès:[6]

  • Gabes Medina
  • Gabes West
  • Gabes South
  • Ghannouch
  • Hamma
  • Mareth
  • Matmata
  • New Matmata
  • Menzel Habib
  • Metouia

Gafsa

Delegations of Gafsa:[7]

  • Belkhir
  • Gafsa North
  • Gafsa South
  • Guetar
  • Ksar
  • Mdhilla
  • Metlaoui
  • Oum Larais
  • Redeyef
  • Sened
  • Sidi Aich

Jendouba

Delegations of Jendouba:[8]

Kairouan

Delegations of Kairouan:[9]

  • Alaa
  • Bouhajla
  • Chebika
  • Chrarda
  • Haffouz
  • Hajeb El Ayoun
  • Kairouan North
  • Kairouan South
  • Nasrallah
  • Oueslatia
  • Sbikha

Kasserine

Delegations of Kasserine:[10]

  • Ayoun
  • Ezzouhour
  • Feriana
  • Foussana
  • Hassi El Ferid
  • Hidra
  • Jedeliane
  • Kasserine North
  • Kasserine South
  • Majel Belabbes
  • Sbeitla
  • Sbiba
  • Thala

Kebili

Delegations of Kebili:[11]

Kef

Delegations of Kef:[12]

  • Dahmani
  • Es Sers
  • Jerissa
  • Kalaa Khasbat
  • Kalaat Senane
  • Kef East
  • Kef West
  • Ksour
  • Nebeur
  • Sakiet Sidi Youssef
  • Tajerouine

Mahdia

Delegations of Mahdia:[13]

  • Boumerdes
  • Chebba
  • Chorbane
  • El Djem
  • Hbira
  • Ksour Essef
  • Mahdia
  • Melloulech
  • Ouled Chamekh
  • Sidi Alouane
  • Souassi

Manouba

Delegations of Manouba:[14]

  • Borj El Amri
  • Douar Hicher
  • El Battan
  • Jedaida
  • Manouba
  • Mornaguia
  • Oued Ellil
  • Tebourba

Medenine

Delegations of Medenine:[15]

  • Ben Guerdane
  • Beni Khedache
  • Djerba Ajim
  • Djerba Midoun
  • Djerba Houmt Souk
  • Medenine North
  • Medenine South
  • Sidi Makhlouf
  • Zarzis

Monastir

Delegations of Monastir:[16]

  • Bekalta
  • Bembla
  • Beni Hassen
  • Jammel
  • Ksar Hellal
  • Ksibet El Mediouni
  • Moknine
  • Monastir
  • Ouerdanine
  • Sahline
  • Sayada-Lamta-Bou Hjar
  • Teboulba
  • Zeramdine

Nabeul

Delegations of Nabeul:[17]

  • Beni Khalled
  • Beni Khiar
  • Bou Argoub
  • Dar Chaabane El Fehri
  • El Mida
  • Grombalia
  • Hammam Ghezaz
  • Hammamet
  • Haouaria
  • Kelibia
  • Korba
  • Menzel Bouzelfa
  • Menzel Temime
  • Nabeul
  • Soliman
  • Takelsa

Sfax

Delegations of Sfax:[18]

  • Agareb
  • Bir Ali Ben Khelifa
  • El Amra
  • El Ghraiba
  • Hencha
  • Jebeniana
  • Kerkennah
  • Mahres
  • Menzel Chaker
  • Sakiet Eddaier
  • Sakiet Ezzit
  • Sfax Medina
  • Sfax West
  • Sfax South
  • Skhira
  • Thyna

Sidi Bou Zid

Delegations of Sidi Bou Zid:[19]

  • Bir El Hfay
  • Jelma
  • Mazzouna
  • Meknassi
  • Menzel Bouzaiene
  • Ouled Haffouz
  • Regueb
  • Sabalat Ouled Asker
  • Sidi Ali Ben Aoun
  • Sidi Bouzid East
  • Sidi Bouzid West
  • Souk Jedid

Siliana

Delegations of Siliana:[20]

  • Bargou
  • Bouarada
  • El Aroussa
  • El Krib
  • Gaafour
  • Kesra
  • Makthar
  • Rouhia
  • Sidi Bourouis
  • Siliana North
  • Siliana South

Sousse

Delegations of Sousse:[21]

  • Akouda
  • Bouficha
  • Enfidha
  • Hammam Sousse
  • Hergla
  • Kalaa Kebira
  • Kalaa Sghira
  • Kondar
  • M'Saken
  • Sidi Bou Ali
  • Sidi El Heni
  • Sousse Jaouhara
  • Sousse Medina
  • Sousse Riadh
  • Sousse Sidi Abdelhamid
  • Zaouia Ksiba Thrayat

Tataouine

Delegations of Tataouine:[22]

  • Bir Lahmar
  • Dhiba
  • Ghomrassen
  • Remada
  • Samar
  • Tataouine North
  • Tataouine South

Tozeur

Delegations of Tozeur:[23]

  • Degueche (Degache)
  • Hazoua
  • Nefta
  • Tamaghza
  • Tozeur

Tunis

Delegations of Tunis:[24]

  • Bab Bhar
  • Bab Souika
  • Bardo
  • Bouhaira
  • Carthage
  • El Khadra
  • El Menzah
  • El Ouardia
  • El Tahrir
  • Ezzouhour
  • Hrairia
  • Jebel Jelloud
  • Kabaria
  • La Goulette
  • La Marsa
  • Le Kram
  • Medina
  • Omrane
  • Omrane Superieur
  • Sidi El Bechir
  • Sidi Hassine
  • Sijoumi

Zaghouan

Delegations of Zaghouan:[25]

  • Bir Mchergua
  • Fahs
  • Nadhour
  • Saouaf
  • Zaghouan
  • Zriba

The delegations are further subdivided into municipalities (shaykhats).[26]

References

  1. ^ Portail de l'industrie Tunisienne Archived 2013-01-06 at the Wayback Machine., in French
  2. ^ "Gouvernorat de l'Ariana" Portail de l'industrie Tunisienne Archived 2009-02-17 at the Wayback Machine., in French
  3. ^ "Gouvernorat de Béja" Portail de l'industrie Tunisienne Archived 2009-02-17 at the Wayback Machine., in French
  4. ^ "Gouvernorat de Ben Arous" Portail de l'industrie Tunisienne Archived 2014-12-19 at the Wayback Machine., in French
  5. ^ "Gouvernorat de Bizerte" Portail de l'industrie Tunisienne Archived 2009-02-17 at the Wayback Machine., in French
  6. ^ "Gouvernorat de Gabès" Portail de l'industrie Tunisienne Archived 2014-12-19 at the Wayback Machine., in French
  7. ^ "Gouvernorat de Gafsa" Portail de l'industrie Tunisienne Archived 2014-12-19 at the Wayback Machine., in French
  8. ^ "Gouvernorat de Jendouba" Portail de l'industrie Tunisienne, in French
  9. ^ "Gouvernorat de Kairouan" Portail de l'industrie Tunisienne, in French
  10. ^ "Gouvernorat de Kasserine" Portail de l'industrie Tunisienne Archived 2009-02-17 at the Wayback Machine., in French
  11. ^ "Gouvernorat de Kébili" Portail de l'industrie Tunisienne Archived 2009-02-17 at the Wayback Machine., in French, note the division of Douz is not shown on the map
  12. ^ "Gouvernorat du Kef" Portail de l'industrie Tunisienne, in French
  13. ^ "Gouvernorat de Mahdia" Portail de l'industrie Tunisienne, in French
  14. ^ "Gouvernorat de Manouba" Portail de l'industrie Tunisienne Archived 2009-02-17 at the Wayback Machine., in French
  15. ^ "Gouvernorat de Médenine" Portail de l'industrie Tunisienne Archived 2009-02-17 at the Wayback Machine., in French
  16. ^ "Gouvernorat de Monastir" Portail de l'industrie Tunisienne, in French
  17. ^ "Gouvernorat de Nabeul" Portail de l'industrie Tunisienne, in French
  18. ^ "Gouvernorat de Sfax" Portail de l'industrie Tunisienne, in French
  19. ^ "Gouvernorat de Sidi Bouzid" Portail de l'industrie Tunisienne, in French
  20. ^ "Gouvernorat de Siliana" Portail de l'industrie Tunisienne, in French
  21. ^ "Gouvernorat de Sousse" Portail de l'industrie Tunisienne, in French
  22. ^ "Gouvernorat de Tataouine" Portail de l'industrie Tunisienne, in French
  23. ^ "Gouvernorat de Tozeur" Portail de l'industrie Tunisienne, in French
  24. ^ "Gouvernorat de Tunis" Portail de l'industrie Tunisienne, in French
  25. ^ "Gouvernorat de Zaghouan" Portail de l'industrie Tunisienne, in French
  26. ^ Tunisia Governorates

See also

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