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Mixed Provinces Sack

A sack of mail sorted to be delivered across multiple Canadian provinces. A mixed provinces sack cannot be sorted into more specific sacks because there are low volumes of mail going across a large area. In other words, mixed provinces sacks contain mail for very rural areas.
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BAGHDAD / NINA / MP, of the National Alliance, Abbas al-Bayati declared that: "The parties of the National Alliance are going to form a unified list in the mixed provinces ." He said in a statement to the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA / : "The parties of the National Alliance are going to form a unified list in the provinces of Kirkuk, Mosul , Diyala and Salahuddin in order to prevent dispersal of voters there." He added: " The experience of the provincial elections confirmed the correctness of this approach and there are also popular demands to support the adoption of a unified list in these provinces ." It is scheduled that the next parliamentary elections to take place in next April thirtieth./ end
Caucasus, a strip of poor, ethnically mixed provinces along Russia's southern
The Kremlin is struggling to contain an uprising in the North Caucasus, an area of impoverished, ethnically mixed provinces along predominantly Orthodox Christian Russia's southern border.
Sunnis boycotted the January 2005 provincial elections and were therefore under-represented in the administrations of mixed provinces, particularly Diyala, Nineveh, and Baghdad.
With violence falling in other parts of Iraq, the ethnically and religiously mixed provinces north of the capital Baghdad remain the most volatile parts of the country.
Araji calls for electoral competition away from (abuse of power and public funds) 09/12/2013 09:39:00 Allawi's bloc: We will enter the next elections in one individual List 09/12/2013 08:39:00 more>> BAGHDAD / NINA / MP, of the National Alliance, Abbas al-Bayati declared that: "The parties of the National Alliance are going to form a unified list in the mixed provinces ." He said in a statement to the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA / : "The ...
Sunnis boycotted the January 2005 provincial elections and have been poorly represented in some mixed provinces, such as Diyala and Nineveh.
In several provinces, including the mixed province of Diyala, Baghdad, the Sunni province of Salahuddin, and the Shiite province of Babil, Maliki's party is likely to ally with erstwhile critics such as the Sunni list of Saleh al-Mutlaq (National Dialogue Front) and former Prime Minister Allawi's party.