This article needs to be updated.(March 2017)
Iraq's 18 governorates are subdivided into 120 districts (kaza).
The district usually bears the same name as the district capital.
|Districts of Iraq|
اقضية العراق (Arabic)
|Location||Republic of Iraq|
|Populations||≈2,000 (Byara)-Halabja Governorate – 356,718 (Fallujah)-Al Anbar Governorate|
The districts are listed below, by governorate (with capital in parentheses):
Al Anbar GovernorateEdit
- Administrative Districts in Baghdad City
- Administrative Districts in Baghdad Suburban
Dhi Qar GovernorateEdit
(From 1976 to mid-2006 called At-Ta'mim)
Note that northern Sinjar, northern Tel Afar, northern Tel Keppe, Akre, and northern Shekhan districts are currently under the Kurdistan Region's de facto control.
Dohuk Governorate is part of Iraqi Kurdistan.
Erbil Governorate is part of Iraqi Kurdistan, while the status of the southern Makhmur District is contested.
- Erbil District (71)
- Koisanjaq District (80)
- Shaqlawa District (89), cities are Salahaddin and Hareer
- Soran District (94), cities are Town of Soran, Rawanduz and Diana
- Makhmur District
- Mergasur District (83)
- Choman District (66)
- Ankawa District
Sulaymaniyah Governorate is part of Iraqi Kurdistan.
- Pshdar District (Qaladiza)
- Chamchamal District (Chamchamal)
- Darbandokeh District (Darbandikhan)
- Dokan District (Dokan)
- Kalar District (Kalar)
- Rania District (Rania)
- Sharbazher District (Sharbazher)
- Sulaymaniya District (Sulaymaniya)
- Saidsadiq District (Saidsadiq)
- Sharazoor District (Zarayan)
- Penjwin District (Penjwin)
- Mawat District (Mawat)
- Qaradagh District (Qaradagh)
Halabja Governorate is part of Iraqi Kurdistan and still officially a part of Sulaymaniyah Governorate.