Politics Of Country Subdivisions
This list summarises the country subdivisions which have a separate article on their politics. Countries where significant powers delegated to federal units or to devolved governments and where the political system is multi-party democracy are more likely to have articles on the politics of their subdivisions.
Entities listed in the article List of countries are shows in the article Politics of present-day nations and states.
Read more about Politics Of Country Subdivisions: Australia, Belgium, Bosnia and Hercegovina, Canada, China, Denmark, Finland, France, Georgia (country), Germany, India, Iran, Italy, Russia, Serbia, South Africa, Spain, Sudan, Ukraine, United Kingdom, United States
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