East Kolaka Regency

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East Kolaka Regency
Regency
Country Indonesia
Province South East Sulawesi
Capital Tirawuta
Area
 • Total 3,634.74 km2 (1,403.38 sq mi)
Population (2010 Census)
 • Total 106,315
 • Density 29/km2 (76/sq mi)
Time zone WITA (UTC+8)

The East Kolaka Regency is a new regency of South East Sulawesi, Indonesia, established in 2013. The administrative centre lies at Tirawuta; its interim Regent is Tony Herbiansyah. The area is 3,634.74 km², and the estimated population (2013) is 123,507.

Administration[edit]

On 14 December 2012, the Indonesian Parliament approved the establishment of a new East Kolaka Regency (Kolaka Timur), to be split off from the existing Kolaka Regency; the new regency - which came into effect in 2013 under Law No. 8 of 2013 - comprises the 9 districts detailed below with their 2010 Census population. The districts are subdivided into 96 villages.

Name Population
Census 2010
Ladongi 23,818
Lambadia 27,893
Poli-Polia 10,606
Tirawuta 12,483
Lalolae 3,542
Loea 6,174
Mowewe 7,538
Uluiwoi 7,242
Tinondo 7,019
Total for Regency 106,315

Coordinates: 3°58′46″S 121°54′00″E / 3.97944°S 121.90000°E / -3.97944; 121.90000