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politics and government of
The Kingdom of Lesotho is divided into ten districts, each headed by a district administrator. Each district has a capital known as a camptown. The districts are further subdivided into 80 constituencies, which consist of 129 local community councils. Most of the districts are named after their capitals. Hlotse, the capital of Leribe District is also known as Leribe. Conversely, the Berea District is sometimes called Teyateyaneng, based on its capital.
|Area (km²)||Electoral constituencies|
|6||Mohale's Hoek||Mohale's Hoek||173,706||165,590||3,530||8|
|8||Qacha's Nek||Qacha's Nek||71,756||74,566||2,349||3|
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