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Administrative divisions of Nova-Occitania

Regions in Europe with Nova-Occitanian territories

The administrative divisions of Nova-Occitania are concerned with the institutional and territorial organization of the Occitanian territory. There are administrative divisions, which may have political (local government), electoral (districts), or administrative (decentralized services of the state) objectives.

Constituencies

Constituencies are defined by the New constituencies Act. They combine several federal elements and are used for federal and electoral purposes.

Constituency Location Territories
Iberia Constituency Iberian Peninsula Aragon and Three Flowers
Midi-Gascony Constituency Occitanian historical region Benyamin, Shalom and Tartuga
Mixed Constituency Occitanian historical region and British Isles Babougrad and Loch Occitania

Territories

The territories are all the political and territorial entities that are part of the Union of Nova-Occitania. There are two juridical types of territories :

  • Viguerie : Standard administrative division, it benefits via a statute of autonomy of advantages which it chooses from a list established in the Constitution. The name "Viguerie" comes from medieval administrative jurisdictions in the South of France and in Catalonia. This term was formalized by presidential decree 2020/8[1].
  • Dependency: Uninhabited territories and governed by a governor appointed by the president and subject to a specific law[2].


Flag Arms Name Code Foundation Pop. Area
(km2)
Official
languages
Location Head Political institution
 
None
Dependency of
Aragon-Treserols
990 27 June 2019[3] 0 1562m² Aragonese and Spanish (de facto) Iberian Peninsula Maria Fabré (D)
Governor of the dependency
None
 
None
Viguerie of
Babougrad
01 27 June 2019[4] 2 046m² French and Afrikaans (de jure) the Midi Babou Chkaya (D)
Mayor of the Municipality
 
Municipality of Babougrad
 
None
Viguerie of
Benyamin
04 25 January 2020[5] 1 25m² French (de facto) the Midi Ivanna Minaïeva (D)
President of the Council of State
 
Conseil d'État
 
None
Dependency of
Loch Occitania
991 27 June 2019[6] 0 001m² English (de facto) British Isles Mariana Branchadell (Ind. / MON)
Governor of the dependency
None
 
None
Viguerie of
Oslovia
05 12 May 2020[7] 1 10m² Norwegian and Polish (de facto) Oslo Graben Vacant
Governor of the Diet
 
Diet of Oslovia
 
None
Viguerie of
Shalom
02 27 June 2019[8] 2 081m² French (de jure)[9] the Midi Ivanna Minaïeva (D)
President of the Council of State
 
Conseil d'État
 
None
Viguerie of
Tartuga
03 27 June 2019[10] 3 063m² French and Occitan (de jure) the Midi Adélia Cerdan (D)
President of the General Council
 
General Council of Tartuga
    Viguerie of
Three Flowers
992 27 June 2019[11] 14 308m² Catalan (de jure) Iberian Peninsula Vicent Branchadell (MON)
President of the Generality
 
Generality of Three Flowers

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