Mid and West Wales
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Coordinates: Mid and West Wales is an unofficial subdivision of Wales that is sometimes used, consisting broadly of the preserved counties of Dyfed and Powys, sometimes Swansea and sometimes parts of Gwynedd.
There is also an electoral region for the National Assembly for Wales with the same name (which is used, in parallel with the smaller constituencies, to elect top-up members under the Additional Member System). A European Parliament constituency existed from 1979 until 1999.
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