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Thursday, September 19, 2019

 
Administrative Zoning Minimize

The first qualitative change observed after the recovery of the Sahara region by the motherland is that the Administration and local authorities were established and organized as soon as possible to enable the Saharawi people enjoy the same rights as their brothers in the north of the Kingdom.

All the country's administrative institutions exist in the Sahara region. All government departments and public institutions have regional or provincial delegations in the region. Proximity policy to citizens was also respected to allow to a large number of people enjoy their rights and participate in the civic obligations of the nation.

The following table shows the number of circles and municipalities by region, prefecture and province in the Sahara region:

Region

Number of circles

Number of communes

 

 

Urban

Rural

Overall

Oued Eddahab-Lagouira

4

2

11

13

Aousserd

2

1

5

6

Oued Eddahab

2

1

6

7

Laâyoune-Boujdour-Sakia El Hamra

3

4

10

14

Boujdour

1

1

3

4

Laâyoune

2

3

7

10

Guelmim-Smara

10

11

49

60

Smara

1

1

5

6

Guelmim

2

2

18

20

Tan-Tan

2

2

5

7

Tata

3

4

16

20

Assa-Zag

2

2

5

7


Administrative map of the Kingdom of Morocco:


CARTE_REGION ANG.jpg


Detailed map of administrative division

DECOUPAGE_ADM ANG.jpg

Click here to get to the detailed map of administrative division with advanced zoom functions forward and backward  by clicking on the map.

Source :
High Planning Commission (2007).

    
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