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Electoral Districts in Trinidad and Tobago
Trinidad and Tobago into divided into 41 electoral districts. The country follows the Westminster system and elects41e Members of Parliament (MPs) to the  House of Representatives of Trinidad and Tobago.
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For the purposes of Parliamentary elections, the country is divided into 41 electoral districts or constituencies: thirty nine (39) in Trinidad and two (2) in Tobago.

The delimitation of electoral districts or constituencies is influenced by the growth and shifts in the population. The electorate in any constituency shall not be more than 110 percent nor be less than 90 percent of the total electorate of the island divided by the number of constituencies in that island.”

The forty-one (41) Parliamentary Electoral Districts are:

Trinidad

  1. Arima
  2. Arouca/Maloney
  3. Barataria/San Juan
  4. Caroni Central
  5. Caroni East
  6. Chaguanas East
  7. Chaguanas West
  8. Couva North
  9. Couva South
  10. Cumuto/Manzan1lla
  11. D’abadie/O’meara
  12. Diego Martin Central
  13. Diego Martin North/East
  14. Diego Martin West
  15. Fyzabad
  16. La Brea
  17. La Horquetta/Talparo
  18. Laventille East/Morvant
  19. Laventille West
  20. Lopinot/Bon Air West
  21. Mayaro
  22. Moruga/Tableland
  23. Naparima
  24. Oropouche East
  25. Oropouche West
  26. Point Fortin
  27. Pointe-A-Pierre
  28. Port-Of-Spain North/St. Ann’s West
  29. Port-Of-Spain South
  30. Princes Town
  31. San Fernando East
  32. San Fernando West
  33. Siparia
  34. Ann’s East
  35. Augustine
  36. Joseph
  37. Tabaquite
  38. Toco/Sangre Grande
  39. Tunapuna

Tobago

  1. Tobago East
  2. Tobago West
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