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Départements de l'Uruguay

L'Uruguay est une république centralisée, le pays se divise en 19 départements dirigés par un intendant municipal (intendente municipal) qui est élu pour 5 ans au suffrage universel direct. L'Assemblée Départementale (Junta Departamental) également élue possède un pouvoir législatif au niveau du département.

Les premiers départements sont formés dès 1816, le plus jeune, celui de Flores, datant de 1885.

Uruguay, administrative divisions - es - colored.svg
Drapeau Département Chef-lieu Code ISO 3166-2 Superficie




Artigas Departament - Flag.svg
Artigas Artigas UY-AR 11 928 73 378
Flag of Canelones Department.svg
Canelones Canelones UY-CA 4 536 520 187
Flag of Cerro Largo Department.svg
Cerro Largo Melo UY-CL 13 648 84 698
Flag of Colonia Department.svg
Colonia Colonia UY-CO 6 106 123 203
Flag of Durazno Department.svg
Durazno Durazno UY-DU 11 643 57 088
Flag of Flores Department.png
Flores Trinidad UY-FS 5 144 25 050
Flag of Florida Department.png
Florida Florida UY-FD 10 417 67 048
Flag of Lavalleja Department.svg
Lavalleja Minas UY-LA 10 016 58 815
Flag of Maldonado Department.png
Maldonado Maldonado UY-MA 4 793 164 300
Coat of arms of Montevideo Department.png
Montevideo Montevideo UY-MO 530 1 319 108
Flag of Paysandu Department.png
Paysandú Paysandú UY-PA 13 922 113 124
Flag of Rio Negro Department.svg
Río Negro Fray Bentos UY-RN 9 282 54 765
Flag of Rivera Department.png
Rivera Rivera UY-RV 9 370 103 493
Flag of Rocha Department.svg
Rocha Rocha UY-RO 10 551 68 088
Flag of Salto Department.svg
Salto Salto UY-SA 14 163 124 878
Flag of San Jose Department.png
San José San José UY-SJ 4 992 108 309
Flag of Soriano Department.png
Soriano Mercedes UY-SO 9 008 82 595
Coat of arms of Tacuarembó Department.png
Tacuarembó Tacuarembó UY-TA 15 438 90 053
Flag of Treinta y Tres Department.svg
Treinta y Tres Treinta y Tres UY-TT 9 676 48 134

Voir aussi

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