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Communes of Cambodia

This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Cambodia
Foreign relations

Communes of Cambodia (Khmer: ឃុំ, khum) are the third-level administrative divisions in Cambodia. They are the subdivisions of the districts of Cambodia. Communes can consist of as few as 3 or as many as 30 villages (phum), depending on population.

In 1998 there were a total of 1,609 communes and 13,406 villages in Cambodia.[1] However according to the 2008 census there are now 1,621 communes in Cambodia and 14,073 villages.[2]

Contents

Banteay Meanchey Province

Battambang Province

Kampong Cham Province

Kampong Chhnang Province

Kampong Speu Province

Kampong Thom Province

Kampot Province

Kandal Province

Koh Kong Province

Kratié Province

Chlong District

Chitr Borie District

Krong Kratie

Preaek Prasab District

Sombour District

Snoul District

Mondulkiri Province

Kaev Seima District

Kaoh Nheaek District

Ou Reang District

Pech Chreada District

Krong Saen Monorom

Oddar Meancheay Province

Preah Vihear Province

Prey Veng Province

Pursat Province

Ratanakiri

Siem Reap Province

Stung Treng Province

Svay Rieng Province

Takéo Province

References

  1. ^ General Population Census of Cambodia, 1998: Village Gazetteer. National Institute of Statistics. February 2000. pp. xi. 
  2. ^ "General Population Census of Cambodia 2008:Provisional Population Totals". National Institute of Statistics, Ministry of Planning. August 2008. Retrieved 2009-02-01. 
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