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Political Subdivision in Leyte

Leyte is subdivided into 41 municipalities.

Ormoc City is an independent component city, while the capital Tacloban City was declared a highly-urbanized city in 2008. Both cities govern themselves independently of the province and their residents do not vote for elective provincial officials. Baybay attained cityhood in 2007 but reverted to its municipal status when the Supreme Court declared its city charter unconstitutional in 2008.

Independent cities
* Ormoc City
* Tacloban City-Highly Urbanized City


* Abuyog
* Alangalang
* Albuera
* Babatngon
* Barugo
* Bato
* Baybay
* Burauen
* Calubian
* Capoocan
* Carigara
* Dagami
* Dulag
* Hilongos
* Hindang
* Inopacan
* Isabel
* Jaro
* Javier (Bugho)
* Julita
* Kananga
* La Paz
* Leyte
* MacArthur
* Mahaplag
* Matag-ob
* Matalom
* Mayorga
* Merida
* Palo
* Palompon
* Pastrana
* San Isidro
* San Miguel
* Santa Fe
* Tabango
* Tabontabon
* Tanauan
* Tolosa
* Tunga
* Villaba

Source: Wikipedia Encyclopedia

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