- See also Lothians Scottish Parliament region
The other eight constituencies of the Lothians region were Edinburgh Central, Edinburgh East and Musselburgh, Edinburgh Pentlands, Edinburgh South, Edinburgh West, Linlithgow, Livingston and Midlothian.
Read more about this topic: Edinburgh North And Leith (Scottish Parliament Constituency)
Other articles related to "electoral region, region":
... Jocelyn Davies, AM for South Wales East electoral region Dafydd Elis-Thomas, AM for Dwyfor Meirionnydd Llyr Huws Gruffydd, AM for North Wales electoral region Bethan Jenkins, AM ...
... South Wales West is an electoral region of the National Assembly for Wales, consisting of seven constituencies ... The region elects 11 members, seven directly elected constituency members and four additional members ... The electoral region was first used in 1999, when the Assembly for Wales was created ...
Electoral region may refer to one of the following forms of constituency:
- Electoral region (Bulgaria)
- Electoral region (Welsh Assembly)
- Electoral region (Scottish Parliament)
- Electoral regions of Western Australia (see Electoral districts of Western Australia)
... Democrat), Montgomeryshire Alun Cairns, Welsh Conservative, South Wales West electoral region Jane Davidson, Welsh Labour, Pontypridd Andrew Davies, Welsh Labour, Swansea West Brian Gibbons, Welsh Labour ...
... See also South of Scotland Scottish Parliament region The other eight constituencies of the South of Scotland region are Ayr, Carrick, Cumnock and ... The region covers the Dumfries and Galloway council area, the Scottish Borders council area, the South Ayrshire council area, part of the East Ayrshire council area ...
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