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Valerie Bodden K. (10-0014) Professor Torres Dominican History November 29, 2010 1. What is a territorial division? Why is it important? A territorial division is the separation of a territory into smaller enclaves. Territorial divisions are important because they help governments manage the population better, in terms of economic decisions, resources, population control and immigration regulation. 2. What is the current territorial division? The Dominican Republic is divided into 31 Provinces and 4 Municipalities. 3. Explain what each decree related to territorial division establishes: a. 2465 of May 15th 1981 : divided the island in regions and sub regions, but based on their climate. b. 685-00 of September 1st 2000: established the political centers of the country. c. 710-04 of July 30 2004: establishes the rural and urban regions. 4. Explain the difference between region and province. A region is a territorial division without fixed boundaries but with definable
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This note was uploaded on 08/09/2011 for the course HISTORY -- taught by Professor Torres during the Spring '11 term at Universidad Iberoamericana.

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Questionaire - Valerie Bodden K(10-0014 Professor Torres...

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