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{{Distinguish|Federation}}{{Redirect|Federated states|the country near Southeast Asia|Federated States of Micronesia}}{{short description|A territorial and constitutional community forming part of a federal union}}A federated state (which may also be referred to as a state, a province, a region, a canton, a governorate, an oblast, an emirate or a country) is a territorial and constitutional community forming part of a federation.The Australian National Dictionary: Fourth Edition, pg 1395. (2004) Canberra. {{ISBN|978-0-19-551771-2}}. Such states differ from fully sovereign states, in that they do not have full sovereign powers, as the sovereign powers have been divided between the federated states and the central or federal government. Importantly, federated states do not have standing as entities of international law. Instead, the federal union as a single entity is the sovereign state for purposes of international law.Crawford, J. (2006). The Creation of States in International Law. Oxford, Clarendon Press. Depending on the constitutional structure of a particular federation, a federated state can hold various degrees of legislative, judicial and administrative jurisdiction over a defined geographic territory and is a form of regional government.In some cases, a federation is created from a union of political entities, which are either independent, or dependent territories of another sovereign entity (most commonly a colonial power).{{efn-ua|Examples are Australia and the United States.}} In other cases, federated states have been created out of the regions of previously unitary states.{{efn-ua|This occurred in Belgium in 1993. The Belgian regions had previously devolved powers.}} Once a federal constitution is formed, the rules governing the relationship between federal and regional powers become part of the country's constitutional law and not international law.In countries with federal constitutions, there is a division of power between the central government and the component states. These entities - states, provinces, counties, cantons, Länder, etc. - are partially self-governing and are afforded a degree of constitutionally guaranteed autonomy that varies substantially from one federation to another.{{efn-ua|For instance, Canadian provinces and Swiss cantons possess substantially more powers and enjoy more protection against interference and infringements from the central government than most non-Western federations.}} Depending on the form the decentralization of powers takes, a federated state's legislative powers may or may not be overruled or vetoed by the federal government. Laws governing the relationship between federal and regional powers can be amended through the national or federal constitution, and, if they exist, state constitutions as well.

Differences in terminology

Federated states typically, though not necessarily, use differences in the terminology of institutions to which there is an analogous federal-level equivalent. This list is a demonstration of common—though neither exhaustive nor universal—terminology differences between the state and federal levels:{| border="1" cellpadding="4" cellspacing="0" style="border:1px solid #aaa" style="width:42%;" style="background:#ccc;"! style="width:15%;"| Class of institution !! style="width:22%;"| Federal-level title !! style="width:20%;"| State-level title
HEAD OF STATE
Republican| President| Governor
Republican - Deputy| Vice-President| Lieutenant-Governor
Monarchical| Queen / King| Queen / King
Monarchical - Representative| Governor General| Governor / Lieutenant Governor
EXECUTIVE BRANCH
Head of Government (if any) Prime Minister| Premier
| Chief Minister
| Minister-President
Head of Department Minister / Secretary| Minister
| Commissioner
| Superintendent
Executive Body| Cabinet| Cabinet
| Privy Council| Executive Council
| Federal Government / Union Government| State Government
| Council of Ministers| Board of Ministers / Council of Ministers
LEGISLATIVE BRANCH
Legislative Body| Parliament| Legislature
| Congress| State Council
| National Assembly| General Assembly
Upper House| Senate| Legislative Council
Lower House| House of Representatives| Legislative Assembly
| Chamber of Deputies| Landtag
| National Assembly| House of Assembly
JUDICIAL BRANCH
Highest Court Supreme Court| High Court
| Court of Final Appeal

List of constituents by federation

The "federated units" in the table below have inherent governmental authority in the federation's constitutional system, while the "other units" are delegated authority by the federal government or are administered directly by it.{{further|Federal district|Federal territory}}{| border="1" cellpadding="4" cellspacing="0" style="border:1px solid #aaa; border-collapse:collapse" style="background:#ccc;"! style="width:18%;"| Federation !! style="width:61%;"| Federated units !! style="width:21%;"| Other units
{{flag|Argentina}}BOOK, Daniel, Kate, Special Broadcasting Service Corporation, SBS World Guide: The Complete Fact File on Every Country, 16th ed., Hardie Grant Books, 2008, Prahran, Victoria, Australia, 827,weblink p26, 978-1-74066-648-0, Provinces of Argentina>23 provinces:{hide}columns-list|colwidth=10em|{{plainlist|
  • {{flagcountry|Buenos Aires Province{edih}
  • {{flag|Catamarca}}
  • {{flag|Chaco}}
  • {{flag|Chubut}}
  • {{flag|Córdoba}}
  • {{flag|Corrientes}}
  • {{flag|Entre Ríos}}
  • {{flag|Formosa}}
  • {{flag|Jujuy}}
  • {{flag|La Pampa}}
  • {{flagcountry|La Rioja (Argentina)}}
  • {{flag|Mendoza}}
  • {{flag|Misiones}}
  • {{flag|Neuquén}}
  • {{flagcountry|Río Negro (Argentina)}}
  • {{flag|Salta}}
  • {{flag|San Juan}}
  • {{flag|San Luis}}
  • {{flag|Santa Cruz}}
  • {{flag|Santa Fe}}
  • {{flag|Santiago del Estero}}
  • {{flag|Tierra del Fuego|name=Tierra del Fuego, Antártida e Islas del Atlántico Sur}}
  • {{flag|Tucumán}}
}}}}
Provinces of Argentina>1 autonomous city:{hide}plainlist| }}
{{flag|Australia}}SBS World Guide 2008, p38States and territories of Australia>6 states:{hide}columns-list|colwidth=10em|{{plainlist|
  • {{flag|New South Wales{edih}
  • {{flag|Queensland}}
  • {{flag|South Australia}}
  • {{flag|Tasmania}}
  • {{flag|Victoria}}
  • {{flag|Western Australia}}
}}}}
States and territories of Australia>10 territories:{hide}plainlist| }}
{{flag|Austria}}SBS World Guide 2008, p46States of Austria>9 states:{hide}columns-list|colwidth=10em|{{plainlist|
  • {{flag|Vienna|state{edih}{{efn-ua|name=fedcap}}
  • {{flag|Lower Austria|state}}
  • {{flag|Upper Austria|state}}
  • {{flag|Styria|state}}
  • {{flag|Tyrol|state}}
  • {{flag|Carinthia|state}}
  • {{flag|Salzburg|state}}
  • {{flag|Vorarlberg|state}}
  • {{flag|Burgenland|state}}
}}}}|
{{flag|Belgium}}SBS World Guide 2008, p74Communities, regions and language areas of Belgium>3 regions:{{efn-uaProvinces of Belgium>five provinces each, which are mandated by the Constitution of Belgium. Provincial governance are the responsibility of the regional governments.}}{hide}plainlist|
  • {{flag|Flemish Region|name=Flanders{edih}
  • {{flag|Wallonia}}
  • {{flag|Brussels-Capital Region|name=Brussels}}{{efn-ua|name=fedcap}}
}}
Communities, regions and language areas of Belgium>3 communities:{{efn-ua|The communities and regions of Belgium are separate government institutions with different areas of responsibility. The communities are organized based on linguistic boundaries, which are different from regional boundaries.}}{hide}plainlist|
  • {{flag|Flemish Community|name=Flemish{edih}
  • {{flag|French Community|name=French}}
  • {{flag|German-speaking Community|name=German-speaking}}
}}
{{flag|Bosnia and Herzegovina}}Political divisions of Bosnia and Herzegovina>2 entities:{{efn-ua|name=autonarea}}{hide}plainlist| }} 1 self-governing district:{hide}plainlist| {edih}
Cantons of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina>10 cantons:{{columns-list|colwidth=15em|{{plainlist|
  • {{flagicon image|Flag of Una-Sana.svg}} Una-Sana
  • {{flagicon image|BiH Posavina Canton flag.svg}} Posavina
  • {{flagicon image|Flag of Tuzla Canton.svg}} Tuzla
  • {{flagicon image|Flag of Zenica-Doboj Canton.gif}} Zenica-Doboj
  • {{flagicon image|Flag of Bosnian Podrinje.svg}} Bosnian Podrinje
  • {{flagicon image|Flag of Central Bosnia.svg}} Central Bosnia
  • {{flagicon image|Flag of Herzegovina-Neretva.svg}} Herzegovina-Neretva
  • {{flagicon image|Flag of the Croatian Republic of Herzeg-Bosnia.svg}} West Herzegovina
  • {{flagicon image|Flag of Sarajevo Canton.png}} Sarajevo{{efn-ua|name=fedcap}}
  • {{flagicon image|Flag of the Croatian Republic of Herzeg-Bosnia.svg}} Herzeg-Bosnia
}}}}
{{flag|Brazil}}SBS World Guide 2008, p101States of Brazil>26 states:{hide}columns-list|colwidth=15em|{{plainlist|
  • {{flag|Acre{edih}
  • {{flag|Amapá}}
  • {{flag|Amazonas}}
  • {{flag|Pará}}
  • {{flag|Rondônia}}
  • {{flag|Roraima}}
  • {{flag|Tocantins}}
  • {{flag|Alagoas}}
  • {{flag|Bahia}}
  • {{flag|Ceará}}
  • {{flag|Maranhão}}
  • {{flag|Paraíba}}
  • {{flag|Pernambuco}}
  • {{flag|Piauí}}
  • {{flag|Rio Grande do Norte}}
  • {{flag|Sergipe}}
  • {{flag|Goiás}}
  • {{flag|Mato Grosso}}
  • {{flag|Mato Grosso do Sul}}
  • {{flag|Espírito Santo}}
  • {{flag|Minas Gerais}}
  • {{flag|Rio de Janeiro}}
  • {{flag|São Paulo}}
  • {{flag|Paraná}}
  • {{flag|Rio Grande do Sul}}
  • {{flag|Santa Catarina}}
}}}}
States of Brazil>1 federal district:{hide}plainlist|
  • {{flagcountry|Brazilian Federal District{edih}{{efn-ua|name=fedcap}}{{efn-ua|The Brazilian federal district has a level of self-ruling equal to the other main federal units.}}
}}
Municipalities of Brazil>5,568 municipalities{{efn-ua|Article 18 of the 1988 Brazilian Constitution treats the municipalities as parts of the federation and not simply dependent subdivisions of the states.}}
{{flag|Canada}}SBS World Guide 2008, p132Provinces and territories of Canada>10 provinces:{hide}columns-list|colwidth=15em|{{plainlist|
  • {{flag|Alberta{edih}
  • {{flag|British Columbia}}
  • {{flag|Manitoba}}
  • {{flag|New Brunswick}}
  • {{flag|Newfoundland and Labrador}}
  • {{flag|Nova Scotia}}
  • {{flag|Ontario}}
  • {{flag|Prince Edward Island}}
  • {{flag|Quebec}}
  • {{flag|Saskatchewan}}
}}}}
Provinces and territories of Canada>3 territories:{hide}plainlist|
  • {{flag|Northwest Territories{edih}
  • {{flag|Nunavut}}
  • {{flag|Yukon}}
}}
{{flag|Comoros}}Comoros>3 islands:{{efn-ua|name=autonarea}}{hide}plainlist|
  • {{flag|Anjouan{edih}
  • {{flag|Grande Comore}}
  • {{flag|Mohéli}}
}}|
{{flag|Ethiopia}}SBS World Guide 2008, p239Regions of Ethiopia>9 regions:{{columns-list|colwidth=15em|{{plainlist|
  • {{flagicon image|Flag of the Afar Region.svg}} Afar
  • {{flagicon image|Flag of the Amhara Region.svg}} Amhara
  • {{flagicon image|Flag of the Benishangul-Gumuz Region.svg}} Benishangul-Gumuz
  • {{flagicon image|Flag of the Gambella Region.svg}} Gambela
  • {{flagicon image|Et harrar.png}} Harari
  • {{flagicon image|Flag of the Oromia Region.svg}} Oromia
  • {{flagicon image|Flag of the Somali Region (1994-2008).svg}} Somali
  • {{flagicon image|Flag of the Southern Nations, Nationalities, and Peoples' Region.svg}} Southern Nations, Nationalities, and Peoples' Region
  • {{flagicon image|Flag of the Tigray Region.svg}} Tigray
}}}}
Regions of Ethiopia>2 chartered cities:{hide}plainlist| }}
{{flag|Germany}}SBS World Guide 2008, p275States of Germany>16 states:{hide}columns-list|colwidth=15em|{{plainlist|
  • {{flag|Baden-Württemberg{edih}
  • {{flag|Bavaria}}
  • {{flag|Berlin}}{{efn-ua|name=fedcap}}
  • {{flag|Brandenburg}}
  • {{flag|Bremen}}
  • {{flag|Hamburg}}
  • {{flag|Hesse}}
  • {{flag|Mecklenburg-Vorpommern}}
  • {{flag|Lower Saxony}}
  • {{flag|North Rhine-Westphalia}}
  • {{flag|Rhineland-Palatinate}}
  • {{flag|Saarland}}
  • {{flag|Saxony}}
  • {{flag|Saxony-Anhalt}}
  • {{flag|Schleswig-Holstein}}
  • {{flag|Thuringia}}
}}}}|
{{flag|India}}SBS World Guide 2008, p328States and territories of India>29 states:{{columns-list|colwidth=15em|{{plainlist| }}}}States and territories of India>7 union territories:{hide}plainlist|
{{flag|Iraq}}SBS World Guide 2008, p346Governorates of Iraq>19 governorates:{{columns-list|colwidth=7.5em|{{plainlist| }}}}Governorates of Iraq>1 autonomous region:{hide}plainlist|
  • {{flag|Iraqi Kurdistan{edih}{{efn-ua|name=autonarea}} (region overlaps the area of the governorates)
}}
{{flag|Malaysia}}SBS World Guide 2008, p460States of Malaysia>13 states:{hide}columns-list|colwidth=10em|{{plainlist|
  • {{flag|Johor{edih}
  • {{flag|Kedah}}
  • {{flag|Kelantan}}
  • {{flag|Malacca}}
  • {{flag|Negeri Sembilan}}
  • {{flag|Pahang}}
  • {{flag|Penang}}
  • {{flag|Perak}}
  • {{flag|Perlis}}
  • {{flag|Sabah}}
  • {{flag|Sarawak}}
  • {{flag|Selangor}}
  • {{flag|Terengganu}}
}}}}
States of Malaysia>3 federal territories:{hide}plainlist|
  • {{flag|Putrajaya{edih}
  • {{flag|Kuala Lumpur}}{{efn-ua|name=fedcap}}
  • {{flag|Labuan}}
}}
{{flag|Mexico}}SBS World Guide 2008, p481Administrative divisions of Mexico>31 states:{hide}columns-list|colwidth=10em|{{plainlist|
  • {{flag|Aguascalientes{edih}
  • {{flag|Baja California}}
  • {{flag|Baja California Sur}}
  • {{flag|Campeche}}
  • {{flag|Chiapas}}
  • {{flag|Chihuahua}}
  • {{flag|Coahuila}}
  • {{flag|Colima}}
  • {{flag|Durango}}
  • {{flag|Guanajuato}}
  • {{flag|Guerrero}}
  • {{flag|Hidalgo}}
  • {{flag|Jalisco}}
  • {{flag|México}}
  • {{flag|Michoacán}}
  • {{flag|Morelos}}
  • {{flag|Nayarit}}
  • {{flag|Nuevo León}}
  • {{flag|Oaxaca}}
  • {{flag|Puebla}}
  • {{flag|Querétaro}}
  • {{flag|Quintana Roo}}
  • {{flag|San Luis Potosí}}
  • {{flag|Sinaloa}}
  • {{flag|Sonora}}
  • {{flag|Tabasco}}
  • {{flag|Tamaulipas}}
  • {{flag|Tlaxcala}}
  • {{flag|Veracruz}}
  • {{flag|Yucatán}}
  • {{flag|Zacatecas}}
}}}}
States of Mexico>1 autonomous city:{hide}plainlist|
  • {{flag|Mexican Federal District|name=Mexico City{edih}{{efn-ua|name=fedcap}}
}}
{{flag|Micronesia}}SBS World Guide 2008, p486Administrative divisions of the Federated States of Micronesia>4 states:{hide}plainlist|
  • {{flag|Chuuk{edih}
  • {{flag|Kosrae}}
  • {{flag|Pohnpei}}
  • {{flag|Yap}}
}}|
{{flag|Nepal}}List of provinces of Nepal>7 provinces:{{columns-list|colwidth=7.5em|{{plainlist| }}}}|
{{flag|Nigeria}}SBS World Guide 2008, p537States of Nigeria>36 states:{{columns-list|colwidth=7.5em|{{plainlist|
  • {{flagicon image|Flag of Abia State.png}} Abia
  • {{flagicon image|Flag of Adamawa State.png}} Adamawa
  • Akwa Ibom
  • Anambra
  • Bauchi
  • {{flagicon image|Flag of Bayelsa State.png}} Bayelsa
  • Benue
  • {{flagicon image|Flag of Borno State.png}} Borno
  • {{flagicon image|Flag of Cross River State.png}} Cross River
  • {{flagicon image|Flag of Delta State.png}} Delta
  • Ebonyi
  • {{flagicon image|Flag of Edo State.png}} Edo
  • {{flagicon image|Flag of Ekiti State.png}} Ekiti
  • Enugu
  • {{flagicon image|Flag of Gombe State.png}} Gombe
  • Imo
  • Jigawa
  • {{flagicon image|Flag of Kaduna State.png}} Kaduna
  • {{flagicon image|Kano flag.svg}} Kano
  • {{flagicon image|Flag of Katsina State.png}} Katsina
  • Kebbi
  • {{flagicon image|Flag of Kogi State.png}} Kogi
  • {{flagicon image|Flag of Kwara State.png}} Kwara
  • {{flagicon image|Flag of Lagos State.png}} Lagos
  • {{flagicon image|Flag of Nasarawa State.png}} Nasarawa
  • Niger
  • {{flagicon image|Flag of Ogun State.png}} Ogun
  • {{flagicon image|Flag of Ondo State.png}} Ondo
  • {{flagicon image|Flag of Osun State, Nigeria.svg}} Osun
  • {{flagicon image|Flag of Oyo State.png}} Oyo
  • Plateau
  • {{flagicon image|Flag of Rivers State.png}} Rivers
  • Sokoto
  • Taraba
  • {{flagicon image|Flag of Yobe State.png}} Yobe
  • {{flagicon image|Flag of Zamfara State.png}} Zamfara
}}}}
Federal territory>1 territory:{{plainlist| }}
{{flag|Pakistan}}SBS World Guide 2008, p549 4 provinces:{hide}plainlist|
  • {{flag|Balochistan{edih}
  • {{flag|Khyber Pakhtunkhwa}}
  • {{flag|Punjab}}
  • {{flag|Sindh}}
}}
Provinces and territories of Pakistan>2 autonomous territories:{{efn-ua|name=autonarea}}{hide}plainlist|
  • {{flag|Azad Kashmir|name=Azad Jammu and Kashmir{edih}{{efn-ua|name=sovdisp}}
  • {{flag|Gilgit-Baltistan}}{{efn-ua|name=sovdisp}}
}}
Provinces and territories of Pakistan>1 federal territory:{{flag|Islamabad|name=Islamabad Capital Territory}}{{efn-ua|name=fedcap}}
{{flag WORK=THE CONSTITUTION OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION, Oblasts of Russia>46 oblasts:{hide}columns-list|colwidth=10em|{{plainlist|
  • {{flag|Amur Oblast|name=Amur{edih}
  • {{flag|Arkhangelsk Oblast|name=Arkhangelsk}}
  • {{flag|Astrakhan Oblast|name=Astrakhan}}
  • {{flag|Belgorod Oblast|name=Belgorod}}
  • {{flag|Bryansk Oblast|name=Bryansk}}
  • {{flag|Chelyabinsk Oblast|name=Chelyabinsk}}
  • {{flag|Irkutsk Oblast|name=Irkutsk}}
  • {{flag|Ivanovo Oblast|name=Ivanovo}}
  • {{flag|Kaliningrad Oblast|name=Kaliningrad}}
  • {{flag|Kaluga Oblast|name=Kaluga}}
  • {{flag|Kemerovo Oblast|name=Kemerovo}}
  • {{flag|Kirov Oblast|name=Kirov}}
  • {{flag|Kostroma Oblast|name=Kostroma}}
  • {{flag|Kurgan Oblast|name=Kurgan}}
  • {{flag|Kursk Oblast|name=Kursk}}
  • {{flag|Leningrad Oblast|name=Leningrad}}
  • {{flag|Lipetsk Oblast|name=Lipetsk}}
  • {{flag|Magadan Oblast|name=Magadan}}
  • {{flag|Moscow Oblast}}
  • {{flag|Murmansk Oblast|name=Murmansk}}
  • {{flag|Nizhny Novgorod Oblast|name=Nizhny Novgorod}}
  • {{flag|Novgorod Oblast|name=Novgorod}}
  • {{flag|Novosibirsk Oblast|name=Novosibirsk}}
  • {{flag|Omsk Oblast|name=Omsk}}
  • {{flag|Orenburg Oblast|name=Orenburg}}
  • {{flag|Oryol Oblast|name=Oryol}}
  • {{flag|Penza Oblast|name=Penza}}
  • {{flag|Pskov Oblast|name=Pskov}}
  • {{flag|Rostov Oblast|name=Rostov}}
  • {{flag|Ryazan Oblast|name=Ryazan}}
  • {{flag|Sakhalin Oblast|name=Sakhalin}}
  • {{flag|Samara Oblast|name=Samara}}
  • {{flag|Saratov Oblast|name=Saratov}}
  • {{flag|Smolensk Oblast|name=Smolensk}}
  • {{flag|Sverdlovsk Oblast|name=Sverdlovsk}}
  • {{flag|Tambov Oblast|name=Tambov}}
  • {{flag|Tomsk Oblast|name=Tomsk}}
  • {{flag|Tver Oblast|name=Tver}}
  • {{flag|Tula Oblast|name=Tula}}
  • {{flag|Tyumen Oblast|name=Tyumen}}
  • {{flag|Ulyanovsk Oblast|name=Ulyanovsk}}
  • {{flag|Vladimir Oblast|name=Vladimir}}
  • {{flag|Volgograd Oblast|name=Volgograd}}
  • {{flag|Vologda Oblast|name=Vologda}}
  • {{flag|Voronezh Oblast|name=Voronezh}}
  • {{flag|Yaroslavl Oblast|name=Yaroslavl}}
}}}}
Republics of Russia>22 republics:{{efn-ua|name=autonarea}}{hide}columns-list|colwidth=10em|{{plainlist|
  • {{flag|Adygea{edih}
  • {{flag|Altai Republic}}
  • {{flag|Bashkortostan}}
  • {{flag|Buryatia}}
  • {{flag|Chechnya}}
  • {{flag|Chuvashia}}
  • {{flag|Republic of Crimea|name=Crimea}}{{efn-ua|name=sovdisp}}
  • {{flag|Dagestan}}
  • {{flag|Ingushetia}}
  • {{flag|Kabardino-Balkaria}}
  • {{flag|Kalmykia}}
  • {{flag|Karachay-Cherkessia}}
  • {{flag|Karelia}}
  • {{flag|Khakassia}}
  • {{flag|Komi}}
  • {{flag|Mari El}}
  • {{flag|Mordovia}}
  • {{flag|North Ossetia-Alania}}
  • {{flag|Sakha Republic|name=Sakha}}
  • {{flag|Tatarstan}}
  • {{flag|Tuva}}
  • {{flag|Udmurtia}}
}}}}
Krais of Russia>9 krais:{hide}columns-list|colwidth=10em|{{plainlist|
  • {{flag|Altai Krai{edih}
  • {{flag|Kamchatka Krai|name=Kamchatka}}
  • {{flag|Khabarovsk Krai|name=Khabarovsk}}
  • {{flag|Krasnodar Krai|name=Krasnodar}}
  • {{flag|Krasnoyarsk Krai|name=Krasnoyarsk}}
  • {{flag|Perm Krai|name=Perm}}
  • {{flag|Primorsky Krai|name=Primorsky}}
  • {{flag|Stavropol Krai|name=Stavropol}}
  • {{flag|Zabaykalsky Krai|name=Zabaykalsky}}
}}}}
Autonomous okrugs of Russia>4 autonomous okrugs:{{efn-ua|name=autonarea}}{hide}plainlist|
  • {{flag|Chukotka Autonomous Okrug|name=Chukotka{edih}
  • {{flag|Khanty–Mansi Autonomous Okrug|name=Khanty–Mansi}}
  • {{flag|Nenets Autonomous Okrug|name=Nenets}}
  • {{flag|Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug|name=Yamalo-Nenets}}
}}
Federal cities of Russia>3 federal cities:{hide}plainlist|
  • {{flag|Moscow{edih}{{efn-ua|name=fedcap}}
  • {{flag|Saint Petersburg}}
  • {{flag|Sevastopol}}{{efn-ua|name=sovdisp}}
}}
Autonomous oblasts of Russia>1 autonomous oblast:{hide}plainlist|
  • {{flag|Jewish Autonomous Oblast{edih}{{efn-ua|name=sovdisp}}
}}
{{flag|Saint Kitts and Nevis}}Administrative divisions of Saint Kitts and Nevis>2 islands:{{efn-uaParishes of Saint Kitts and Nevis>14 parishes, nine on Saint Kitts and five on Nevis.}}{hide}plainlist| }}|
{{flagPUBLISHER=FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF SOMALIAARCHIVE-URL=HTTPS://WEB.ARCHIVE.ORG/WEB/20130120021519/HTTP://DASTUURKEENNA.COM/WP-CONTENT/UPLOADS/2012/07/120708-HARMONIZED-DRAFT-CONSTITUTION-ENG-TRAN-_INCL-ERRATA-CHANGES.PDFDEAD-URL=YES, GUIDEBOOK TO THE SOMALI DRAFT PROVISIONAL CONSTITUTION>URL=HTTP://UNPOS.UNMISSIONS.ORG/LINKCLICK.ASPX?FILETICKET=V067EDQD7A8%3D&TABID=9705&LANGUAGE=EN-USDEADURL=YESARCHIVEDATE=20 JANUARY 2013, States and regions of Somalia>6 federal member states:{{efn-ua|Adopted constitution accommodates existing regional governments, with the ultimate number and boundaries of the Federal Member States to be determined by the House of the People of the Federal Parliament.}}{hide}columns-list|colwidth=15em|{{plainlist|
  • {{flag|Galmudug{edih}
  • {{flagicon image|Hirshabeelle.png|Flag of Hirshabelle}} Hirshabelle
  • {{flag|Jubaland}}
  • {{flag|Puntland}}
  • {{flag|Somaliland}}
  • {{flagicon image|Flag of Southwestern Somalia.svg|Flag of South West Somalia}} Southwest Somalia{{efn-ua|name=autonarea}}
}}}}|
{{flag|South Sudan}}States of South Sudan>28 states:{hide}columns-list|colwidth=15em|{{plainlist| }}}}|
{{flag|Sudan}}SBS World Guide 2008, p687States of Sudan>18 states:{hide}columns-list|colwidth=10em|{{plainlist| }}}}|
{{flag|Switzerland}}SBS World Guide 2008, p700Cantons of Switzerland>26 cantons:{hide}columns-list|colwidth=15em|{{plainlist|
  • {{flag|Aargau{edih}
  • {{flag|Appenzell Ausserrhoden}}
  • {{flag|Appenzell Innerrhoden}}
  • {{flag|Basel-Landschaft}}
  • {{flag|Basel-Stadt}}
  • {{flag|Bern}}
  • {{flag|Fribourg}}
  • {{flag|Geneva}}
  • {{flag|Glarus}}
  • {{flag|Grisons}}
  • {{flag|Jura}}
  • {{flag|Lucerne}}
  • {{flag|Neuchâtel}}
  • {{flag|Nidwalden}}
  • {{flag|Obwalden}}
  • {{flag|Schaffhausen}}
  • {{flag|Schwyz}}
  • {{flag|Solothurn}}
  • {{flag|St. Gallen}}
  • {{flag|Thurgau}}
  • {{flag|Ticino}}
  • {{flag|Uri}}
  • {{flag|Valais}}
  • {{flag|Vaud}}
  • {{flag|Zug}}
  • {{flag|Zürich}}
}}}}|
{{flag|United Arab Emirates}}SBS World Guide 2008, p760Emirates of the United Arab Emirates>7 emirates:{hide}columns-list|colwidth=10em|{{plainlist|
  • {{flag|Abu Dhabi{edih}
  • {{flag|Ajman}}
  • {{flag|Dubai}}
  • {{flag|Fujairah}}
  • {{flag|Ras Al Khaimah}}
  • {{flag|Sharjah}}
  • {{flag|Umm al-Quwain}}
}}}}|
{{flag|United States}}SBS World Guide 2008, p774 50 states:{hide}columns-list|colwidth=10em|{{plainlist|
  • {{flag|Alabama{edih}
  • {{flag|Alaska}}
  • {{flag|Arizona}}
  • {{flag|Arkansas}}
  • {{flag|California}}
  • {{flag|Colorado}}
  • {{flag|Connecticut}}
  • {{flag|Delaware}}
  • {{flag|Florida}}
  • {{flagcountry|Georgia (U.S. state)}}
  • {{flag|Hawaii}}
  • {{flag|Idaho}}
  • {{flag|Illinois}}
  • {{flag|Indiana}}
  • {{flag|Iowa}}
  • {{flag|Kansas}}
  • {{flag|Kentucky}}
  • {{flag|Louisiana}}
  • {{flag|Maine}}
  • {{flag|Maryland}}
  • {{flag|Massachusetts}}
  • {{flag|Michigan}}
  • {{flag|Minnesota}}
  • {{flag|Mississippi}}
  • {{flag|Missouri}}
  • {{flag|Montana}}
  • {{flag|Nebraska}}
  • {{flag|Nevada}}
  • {{flag|New Hampshire}}
  • {{flag|New Jersey}}
  • {{flag|New Mexico}}
  • {{flag|New York}}
  • {{flag|North Carolina}}
  • {{flag|North Dakota}}
  • {{flag|Ohio}}
  • {{flag|Oklahoma}}
  • {{flag|Oregon}}
  • {{flag|Pennsylvania}}
  • {{flag|Rhode Island}}
  • {{flag|South Carolina}}
  • {{flag|South Dakota}}
  • {{flag|Tennessee}}
  • {{flag|Texas}}
  • {{flag|Utah}}
  • {{flag|Vermont}}
  • {{flag|Virginia}}
  • {{flag|Washington}}
  • {{flag|West Virginia}}
  • {{flag|Wisconsin}}
  • {{flag|Wyoming}}
}}}}
Washington, D.C.>1 federal district:{hide}plainlist|
  • {{flag|District of Columbia{edih}{{efn-ua|name=fedcap}}
}}
Territories of the United States>1 incorporated territory:{hide}plainlist| {edih}
Unincorporated territories of the United States>13 unincorporated territories:{hide}plainlist| }}}}
{{flag|Venezuela}}SBS World Guide 2008, p798 23 states:{{columns-list|colwidth=10em|{{plainlist|
  • (File:Flag_of_Amazonas_Indigenous_State.svg|24px) Amazonas
  • {{flag|Anzoátegui}}
  • {{flag|Apure}}
  • {{flag|Aragua}}
  • {{flag|Barinas}}
  • {{flag|Bolívar}}
  • {{flag|Carabobo}}
  • {{flag|Cojedes}}
  • {{flag|Delta Amacuro}}
  • {{flag|Falcón}}
  • {{flag|Guárico}}
  • {{flag|Lara}}
  • {{flag|Mérida}}
  • {{flag|Miranda}}
  • {{flag|Monagas}}
  • {{flag|Nueva Esparta}}
  • {{flag|Portuguesa}}
  • {{flag|Sucre}}
  • {{flag|Táchira}}
  • {{flag|Trujillo}}
  • {{flag|Vargas}}
  • {{flag|Yaracuy}}
  • {{flag|Zulia}}
}}}}
States of Venezuela>1 capital district:{hide}plainlist| }}
States of Venezuela>1 federal dependency:{hide}plainlist|
  • {{flag|Federal Dependencies of Venezuela{edih}
}}

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Notes

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References

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