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Section 12.2. All Regional and Burgh areas of jurisdictions and boundaries are set by law on the recommendations of an Independent Boundary Commission, having due regard for population, geographical area, cultural, local associations and established local communities. Each conurbation designated as a city would qualify as a region and other mainland regions would not exceed seven per cent of the nation’s population. Each Mainland Region will be comprised of three Parliamentary Constituencies.

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    Administrator #1  •  2020-08-20 17:50:51

    Section 12.2. All Regional and Burgh areas of jurisdictions and boundaries are set by law on the recommendations of an Independent Boundary Commission, having due regard for population, geographical area, cultural, local associations and established local communities. Each conurbation designated as a city would qualify as a region and other mainland regions would not exceed seven per cent of the nation’s population. Each Mainland Region will be comprised of three Parliamentary Constituencies.

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