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The comarcal council (Catalan: consell comarcal, Galician: consello comarcal, Spanish: consejo comarcal), also somewhat misleadingly referred to as county council, is a local administration and government organ in the comarcas of some territories, such as the Spanish Autonomous Communities of Catalonia, Aragon and Galicia.
The comarcal council is normally constituted by the representatives of the municipalities within the comarcal demarcation, who are elected according to some defined mechanisms given by a promulgated law.
- The County Council in Catalonia, information from the Catalan government.
- Comarcas de Galicia[permanent dead link], official site of the "Society for the Management of the Comarcas", maintained by the Galician government.
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