Electoral Districts

Some articles on electoral districts, district, electoral district:

List Of Electoral Districts By Nation - Estonia
... There are 12 electoral districts (valimisringkonnad) for the parliamentary elections in Estonia ... Each district elects 5 to 14 mandates to the 101-membered Riigikogu ... The capital and largest city Tallinn constitutes 3 electoral districts and Tartu 1 ...
List Of Nunavut Territorial Electoral Districts
... This is a list of Nunavut territorial electoral districts ... In total there are 19 electoral districts in Nunavut spread over three administrative regions ... Each district elects one member to the Legislative Assembly of Nunavut in a first past the post system ...
Port Coquitlam (provincial Electoral District)
... Port Coquitlam is a provincial electoral district in British Columbia, Canada ... The district was reestablished by the Electoral Districts Act, 2008. 20,432 55.21% British Columbia provincial electoral districts (2009–) North / Central Cariboo-Chilcotin Cariboo North Nechako Lakes North Coast Peace River North Peace River South Prince George-Mackenzie ...
Victoria (geographical Disambiguation) - Americas - Canada - Canadian Electoral Districts
... Victoria (electoral districts), a list of other provincial and former federal electoral districts Victoria (electoral district), a federal electoral district in British Columbia Victoria City (electoral district ...
Electoral Districts In Sri Lanka - Constitutional Provision - Delimitation Commission
... commission for the delimitation of the electoral districts and apportion the 36 provincial seats ... The constitution limited the number of electoral districts to between 20 and 25 ... The country was divided into 22 electoral districts ...

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