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Church o Coínco
Church o Coínco
Map o Coinco in the O'Higgins Region
Map o Coinco in the O'Higgins Region
Location in Chile
Location in Chile
Location in Chile
Coordinates: 34°15′38″S 70°56′54″W / 34.26056°S 70.94833°W / -34.26056; -70.94833Coordinates: 34°15′38″S 70°56′54″W / 34.26056°S 70.94833°W / -34.26056; -70.94833
 • TeepMunicipality
 • AlcaldeGregorio Valenzuela
 • Total98.2 km2 (37.9 sq mi)
336 m (1,102 ft)
 (2012 Census)[2]
 • Total6,709
 • Density68/km2 (180/sq mi)
 • Urban
 • landwart
 • Men3,293
 • weemen3,092
Time zoneUTC-4 (CLT [3])
 • Summer (DST)UTC-3 (CLST [4])
Area code(s)(+56) 72
WebsiteMunicipality o Coinco

Coinco is a Chilean commune an toun in Cachapoal Province, O'Higgins Region. According tae the 2012 census, the commune population wis 6,709 an haes an aurie o 98.2 km2 (38 sq mi).[5]

Demographics[eedit | eedit soorce]

According tae the 2002 census o the National Statistics Institute, Coinco haes 6,385 inhabitants (3,293 men an 3,092 weemen). o these, 4,102 (64.2%) lived in urban auries an 2,283 (35.8%) in landwart auries. The population grew bi 9.7% (562 persons) atween the 1992 an 2002 censuses.[2]

Administration[eedit | eedit soorce]

As a commune, Coinco is a third-level admeenistrative diveesion o Chile administered bi a municipal cooncil, headed bi an alcalde who is directly electit every four years. The 2008-2012 alcalde is Gregorio Valenzuela.[1]

Athin the electoral divisions o Chile, Coinco is representit in the Chamber o Deputies bi Mr. Eugenio Bauer (UDI) an Mr. Ricardo Rincón (PDC) as pairt o the 33rd electoral district, (thegither wi Mostazal, Graneros, Codegua, Machalí, Requínoa, Rengo, Olivar, Doñihue, Coltauco, Quinta de Tilcoco an Malloa). The commune is representit in the Senate bi Andrés Chadwick Piñera (UDI) an Juan Pablo Letelier Morel (PS) as pairt o the 9t senatorial constituency (O'Higgins Region).

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. a b "Municipality o Coinco" (in Spainish). Retrieved 10 November 2010.
  2. a b c d "National Statistics Institute" (in Spainish). Retrieved 10 November 2010.
  3. "Chile Time". WorldTimeZones.org. Archived frae the original on 13 Julie 2010. Retrieved 26 September 2010.
  4. "Chile Summer Time". WorldTimeZones.org. Archived frae the original on 11 September 2007. Retrieved 26 September 2010.
  5. 2002 Census

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