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A self-administered zone is an administrative subdivision in Myanmar (Burma). There are five self-administered zones and one self-administered division.
|Danu Self-Administered Zone||ဓနုကိုယ်ပိုင်အုပ်ချုပ်ခွင့်ရဒေသ||Pindaya||Shan State||161,835 ||Self-Administered Zone|
|Kokang Self-Administered Zone||ကိုးကန့်ကိုယ်ပိုင်အုပ်ချုပ်ခွင့်ရဒေသ||Laukkai||Shan State||123,733 ||Self-Administered Zone|
|Naga Self-Administered Zone||နာဂကိုယ်ပိုင်အုပ်ချုပ်ခွင့်ရဒေသ||Lahe||Sagaing Region||Self-Administered Zone|
|Pa Laung Self-Administered Zone||ပလောင်းကိုယ်ပိုင်အုပ်ချုပ်ခွင့်ရဒေသ||Namhsan||Shan State||Self-Administered Zone|
|Pa'O Self-Administered Zone||ပအိုဝ့်ကိုယ်ပိုင်အုပ်ချုပ်ခွင့်ရဒေသ||Hopong||Shan State||Self-Administered Zone|
|Wa Self-Administered Division||ဝကိုယ်ပိုင်အုပ်ချုပ်ခွင့်ရတိုင်း||Hopang||Shan State||Self-Administered Division|
Sagaing Region is an administrative region of Myanmar, located in the north-western part of the country between latitude 21° 30' north and longitude 94° 97' east. It is bordered by India's Nagaland, Manipur, and Arunachal Pradesh States to the north, Kachin State, Shan State, and Mandalay Region to the east, Mandalay Region and Magway Region to the south, with the Ayeyarwady River forming a greater part of its eastern and also southern boundary, and Chin State and India to the west. The region has an area of 93,527 square kilometres (36,111 sq mi). In 1996, it had a population of over 5,300,000 while its population in 2012 was 6,600,000. The urban population in 2012 was 1,230,000 and the rural population was 5,360,000. The capital city of Sagaing Region is Monywa.
Myanmar is divided into twenty-one administrative subdivisions, which include 7 regions, 7 states, 1 union territory, 1 self-administered division, and 5 self-administered zones. Following is the table of government subdivisions and its organizational structure based on different regions, states, the union territory, the self-administered division, and the self-administered zones:
Namhsan Township is a township of the Pa Laung Self-Administered Zone in the Shan State of eastern Burma (Myanmar). The principal town and administrative seat is Namhsan.
Mantong Township is a township of the Pa Laung Self-Administered Zone in the Shan State of eastern Burma (Myanmar). The principal town and administrative seat is Mantong (Manton).
Hopang Township is a township of the Wa Self-Administered Division in the Shan State of Burma. The principal town is Hopang. It is one of the 6 townships of Wa Self-Administered Division. It became part of Hopang District instead of Kunlong District in 2011.
Taunggyi District is a district of Shan State in Burma. The principal town and administrative center is Taunggyi. This district has 12 towns and 3001 villages.
The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to Myanmar:
Townships are the third-level administrative divisions of Myanmar. They are the sub-divisions of the Districts of Myanmar. According to the Myanmar Information Management Unit (MIMU), as of December 2015, there are 330 townships in Myanmar.
The Kokang Chinese are Mandarin-speaking Han Chinese living in Kokang, Myanmar, administered as the Kokang Self-Administered Zone.
Hkamti District or Khamti District is a district in northern Sagaing Division of Burma (Myanmar). Its administrative center is the town of Singkaling Hkamti.
The Naga Self-Administered Zone, is a self-administered zone in the Naga Hills area of Sagaing Region of Myanmar. Its administrative seat is the town of Lahe.
The Danu Self-Administered Zone, as stipulated by the 2008 Constitution of Myanmar, is a self-administered zone consisting of two townships in Shan State. The zone is self-administered by the Danu people. Its official name was announced by decree on 20 August 2010.
The Pa'O Self-Administered Zone, as stipulated by the 2008 Constitution of Myanmar, is a self-administered zone consisting of three townships in Shan State. Its official name was announced by decree on 20 August 2010.
The Palaung Self-Administered Zone is a self-administered zone consisting of two townships in Shan State: It was created as a separately administered unit by the 2008 Constitution. Its official name was announced by decree on 20 August 2010. The zone is to be self-administered by the Palaung people. Its capital is the town of Namhsan.
The Kokang Self-Administered Zone, as stipulated by the 2008 Constitution of Myanmar, is a self-administered zone in northern Shan State. The zone is intended to be self-administered by the Kokang people. Its official name was announced by decree on 20 August 2010.
The Wa Self-Administered Division is an autonomous self-administered division in Myanmar (Burma). Its official name was announced by decree on 20 August 2010.
Leshi Township or Layshi Township is a mountainous township located within the Naga Self-Administered Zone of Sagaing Region, Myanmar. It is also part of the Naga Self-Administered Zone. The principal town is Leshi.
Myanmar is divided into twenty-one administrative subdivisions, which include seven states, seven regions, five self-administered zones and one self-administered division. The regions were called divisions prior to August 2010.
Pangsang Township is a township of the Wa Self-Administered Division of Shan State, formerly and conterminously part of Matman District. Prior to 2011, it was part of Hopang District and Lashio District. Its capital town is Pangsang.
An Ethnic Affairs Minister is a representative elected by an ethnic minority in a given state or region of Myanmar if that division is composed of an ethnic minority population of 0.1 percent or greater of the total populace [roughly 51,400 people]. If one of the country's ethnic minorities counts their state of residence as its namesake, however, it is not granted an ethnic affairs minister. Only voters who share an ethnic identity with a given ethnic affairs minister post are allowed to vote for candidates to the position.