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South Bohemian Region, Czech Republic

Jihocesky kraj

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New divisions

The districts ("okres") are going to be dismissed. They were replaced by regions ("kraj") and some of the present district
qualifications will be transferred to about 180-200 "qualified cities" in January 1, 2003. Moreover, the districts are not
self-governing entities while the regions are (therefore the districts had, have and will have *no* symbols). Consequently, I
believe that the Czech municipalities should be classified according to regions only, with no references to the decaying districts. Here is a list of new divisions - proposals only - (present okres)
Blatná (ST), České Budějovice (CB), Český Krumlov (CK), Dačice (JH), Jindřichuv Hradec (JH), Kaplice (CK), Milevsko (PI), Písek (PI), Prachatice (PT), Soběslav (TA), Strakonice (ST), Tábor (TA), Trhové Sviny (CB), Třeboň (JH), Týn nad Vltavou (CB), Vimperk (PT), Vodňany (ST).
Jan Zrzavy, 30 Aug 2001

List of districts (okres) and municipalities

České Budějovice (CB) Český Krumlov (CK) Jindřichuv Hradec (JH) Písek (PI) Prachatice (PT) Strakonice (ST) Tábor (TA)