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Brunei Political

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Brunei political map. This map shows the division administrative in four districts (daerah) using different colors for each. You can see the roads that connect major cities and borders with neighboring countries.

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Brunei political map. The capital of Brunei is Bandar Seri Begawan. Brunei is divided into four districts (daerah): Belait, Brunei-Muara, Temburong, and Tutong. The districts are subdivided into thirty-eight mukim ("provinces").

Brunei has a constitutional sultanate. It has a legal system based on English common law, although Islamic shariah law supersedes this in some cases. The political system in the country is governed by the constitution and the tradition of the Malay Islamic Monarchy, the concept of “Melayu Islam Beraja” (MIB). The three components of MIB cover Malay culture, Islamic religion and the political framework under the monarchy