Tonga is a Constitutional Monarchy so it has the Monarch (King George Tupou IV) at the head of its government.
David J. E. Smith has written: 'Tonga' -- subject(s): Management, Government information, Tonga, Tonga. Ministry of Agriculture and Food. Information Section, Communication in agriculture, Government publicity
Tonga was once part of the British empire. It is now a small island group with a constitutional monarch style government.
Tonga is an island with very blue water with islands filled with green palm trees and bushes. (I'm sorry if this does not answer your question.)
Tonga was always Tonga when it started. But it orgionally called the Tu'i Tonga Empire when it started in 900BC
It means "I will die for Tonga"
The official name of Tonga is the Kingdom of Tonga.
If its the polynesian word "Tonga" it means south
Tonga is. But Samoa is Bigger than Tonga.
Talakaifaiki of the Tu'i Tonga Dynasty
It generates revenue and income from the tourists buying souvenirs. Also, the income that a store's owner (if it isn't owned by the government) spends it on goods generating revenue to Tonga's government. This is basically, of how all countries, get tourism's effect.
No Tonga is in the south pacific