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Egypt is divided, for the purpose of public administration , according to a three-layer hierarchy and some districts are further subdivided, creating an occasional fourth-layer. There is a governing structure at each of these levels.
At the municipal-level are markaz, kism, police-administered areas, and new cities. Generally, rural areas are divided into markaz whereas urban areas are divided into kism. As of , there were subdivisions, of which were kism, markaz, 9 new cities, and 3 police-administered areas. The village is the smallest local unit in rural communities, and is the equivalent of a district in urban areas. However, villages differ from each other in terms of legal status.
The heads of villages or districts are appointed by the respective governors. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Three-layer hierarchy below the governorate levels.
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