Rural municipality

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A rural municipality is a classification of municipality, a type of local government, found in several countries.

These include:

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Rural council (Ukraine)

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Settlement council (Ukraine)

A settlement council is a local government area in Ukraine that is associated with urban-type settlement localities. Along with their subordination to the rural raions they exist within, some settlement councils exists within the boundaries of cities and thus are subordinate to the cities in which they exist.

City of district significance (Ukraine)

A city of district significance is a special category of city municipalities within each of the rural raions (districts) of Ukraine's first-level of administrative divisions. These cities are subordinate to the raion authorities and derive their powers from them. The KOATUU national classification system refers to them as the third-level of the country's administrative divisions. As of 2015 there are 276 cities of district significance in Ukraine.

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