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Libya Administrative Division

Historically the area of Libya was considered three provinces, Tripolitania in the northwest, Barka in the east, and Fezzan in the southwest. It was the conquest by Italy in the Italo-Turkish War that unitied them in a single political unit. Under the Italians Libya, in 1934, was divided into four provinces and one territory: Tripoli, Misurata, Benghazi, Derna, and the Territory of the Libyan Sahara.

After independence, Libya was divided into three governorates and then in 1963 into ten governorates. The governorates were legally abolished in February 1975, and nine "control bureaus" were set up to deal directly with the nine areas, respectively: education, health, housing, social services, labor, agricultural services, communications, financial services, and economy, each under their own ministry. However, the courts and some other agencies continued to operate as if the governorate structure were still in place. In 1983 Libya was split into forty-six districts, then in 1987 into twenty-five. In 1995, Libya was divided into thirteen districts, in 1998 into twenty-six districts, and in 2001 into thirty-two districts.

Libyan districts are further subdivided into Basic People's Congresses which act as townships or boroughs.


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