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The Administrative Divisions of Chawosauria made up of seven continents, 193 provinces, and an unknown number of Oblasts.

Continents Edit

Continents of Chawosauria

Continents in Chawosauria are similar to the Continents of the Human World but have their own Continent Governments under Chawosaurian Law.

Under Chawosaurian Law, Continents are the supreme Administrative Divisions because of their size of land and under the Chawosaurian Constitution, Continents have their own governments, they rule over the Comrade Provinces and Oblasts.

Comrade Provinces Edit

Political Map

The Provinces of Chawosauria are similar to the Countries of the Human World. The Provinces are widely referred to as "Comrade Provinces" because under the Chawosaurian Constitution, Dual Citizenship is strictly mandatory. The United States is the Head Province.

The Comrade Provinces are Provinces where Chawosaurians do have citizenship in countries of the Human World but are living under Chawosaurian Citizenship, members of the Empire of Chawosauria, calling them "Chawosaurian Comrades" Chawosaurians who actually do live in the Human World but do not actually live under Human Laws and Politics. A Chawosaurian Comrade is someone who does live in the Human World currently but obeys Chawosaurian Law, it can also be a Chawosaurian Citizen who lives directly in Chawosauria, but obeys Human Law, those Chawosaurians are called "Chawosaurian Nomads".

Comraderies and Oblasts Edit

Oblasts of Chawosauria

Administrative Divisions of the Human World are used by the Chawosaurian Government as Constituencies of their Chawosaurian Civilians.

In Chawosauria, the Government of Chawosauria uses the Administrative Divisions of the Countries of the Human World to represent their constituents and collect votes in Elections. The Chawosaurians call them "Oblasts", which it's a term used in Russia for example to describe their state.

In Chawosaurian Politics, a Comradery is a little size subdivision where local officials have closer interactions with their constituents closer than state and national officials.