Al-Hai District

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Al-Hai District
Country Flag of Iraq.svg  Iraq
Governorate Wasit Governorate
Seat Al-Hay
Time zone UTC+3 (AST)

Al-Hai District(Arabic : قضاء الحي, romanized: Kaza Al-Hai) is a district of the Wasit Governorate, Iraq. Its seat is the city of Al-Hay.

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