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Peter I Island

counties (county) (''fylker''). The counties are administrated through directly elected county assemblies who elect the County Governor. Additionally, the King (Norwegian Royal Family) and government are represented in every county by a fylkesmann (County governor (Norway)), who effectively acts as a Governor. ref>


Bouvet Island

society political local title Local Government publisher Norway.org date 2009-06-10 accessdate 2010-01-27 As such, the Government is directly represented at a local level through the County Governors’ offices. The counties are then sub-divided into 430 second-level municipalities (municipality) (''kommuner''), which in turn are administrated by directly elected municipal council, headed by a mayor and a small executive cabinet. The capital of Oslo is considered both


Oslo

http: www.norway.org aboutnorway society political local title Local Government publisher Norway.org date 2009-06-10 accessdate 2010-01-27 As such, the Government is directly represented at a local level through the County Governors’ offices. The counties are then sub-divided into 430 second-level municipalities (municipality) (''kommuner''), which in turn are administrated by directly elected municipal council, headed by a mayor and a small executive cabinet


Norway

Dependencies of Norway Norway, a unitary state, is divided into nineteen first-level administrative counties (county) (''fylker''). The counties are administrated through directly elected county assemblies who elect the County Governor. Additionally, the King (Norwegian Royal Family) and government are represented in every county by a fylkesmann (County governor (Norway)), who effectively acts as a Governor.


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