Tunisian Pirate Party (Arabic: حزب القراصنة التونسي Hizb al-Qarāṣinah at-Tūnisī ; French: Parti pirate tunisien) is a small political party in Tunisia. It was formed in 2010 and legalised on 12 March 2012, becoming one of the first outgrowths of the Pirate Party movement in continental Africa.
The party achieved notoriety during the Tunisian revolution. Slim Amamou briefly held a ministry, the world's first Pirate Party politician ever to do so, before resigning to protest against repressive measures by the interim government. Amamou later participated in the foundation of the second Pirate party in Tunisia.