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Electoral Districts in Suriname
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For the election of the members of the National Assembly, Suriname is divided into electoral districts whose boundaries correspond with the boundaries of the current district division.
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# District Area (km²) Population
(2012 census)
Pop. dens. (inh/km²)
1 Paramaribo 182 240,924 1323.8
2 Wanica 443 118,222 266.9
3 Nickerie 5,353 34,233 6.4
4 Coronie 3,902 3,391 0.9
5 Saramacca 3,636 17,480 4.8
6 Commewijne 2,353 31,420 13.4
7 Para 5,393 24,700 4.6
8 Marowijne 4,627 18,294 4.0
9 Brokopondo 7,364 15,909 2.2
10 Sipaliwini 130,567 37,065 `0.3
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NDP - National Democratic Party
VHP - Progressive Reform Party
PL - Pertjajah Luhur 
ABOP - General Liberation and Development Party 
BEP - Brotherhood and Unity in Politics
NPS - National Party of Suriname
PALU - Progressive Workers' and Farmers' Union
DOE - Party for Democracy and Development through Unity
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