The Bhutan Kingdom is divided into a totality of 20 districts and the primary subdivisions of Bhutan are known as the Dzongkhags that contain rights and powers under the Constitution of Bhutan that include the regulation and maintenance of the elections, building the government and execution of commerce.
The dzongkhags hold rights and powers and have their own elected government with non-legislative executive. Each dzongkhag has one National Council representative and to be very specific, Thimphu is the most populous dzongkhag by population and Wangdue Phodrang by land area, respectively.
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There are a total of 20 dzongkhags in Bhutan and the names of the same have been mentioned below: