Federal District

Federal District

Federal districts are a type of administrative division of a federation, under the direct control of a federal government. They often include capital districts and they exist in various countries and states all over the world.

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Federal District - Russia
... There are eight Federal districts of Russia, which function as an additional administrative layer between other subdivisions and the Russian Federation as a whole state ... However, there are also two cities of federal significance, established by the Constitution — Moscow and Saint Petersburg ... is based on certain special functions which these two cities have, including location of federal government and federal judicial institutions ...
Seal Of The United Mexican States - Chronology - Current Entities
... Also these coats of arms of Mexico's constituent states and the federal district are placed on a white background proportioned 47 as state flags, another report refers that these very same state coats of arms are ... The coat of arms of the Mexican Federal District contains a picture of a golden castle that is surrounded by three stone bridges ... The Federal District is the capital city of Mexico ...
Second Federal Electoral District Of The Federal District
... The Second Federal Electoral District of the Federal District (II Distrito Electoral Federal del Distrito Federal) is one of the 300 Electoral Districts into ...
Seventeenth Federal Electoral District Of The Federal District
... The Seventeenth Federal Electoral District of the Federal District (XVII Distrito Electoral Federal del Distrito Federal) is one of the 300 Electoral Districts into which Mexico is divided for ...

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