This study analyses geographical representativeness of governments in the Czech Republic and in the Slovak Republic. It claims that both countries differ in the position of the capital, as within the Czech Republic its dominant position is declining, while in Slovak republic it retains this position. This dominance is also underlined by the centralization of other districts around Bratislava. On the other hand a larger number of regions are more ideally represented or overrepresented in the Czech Republic than in the Slovak Republic. It can therefore be stated that the two countries differ in terms of geographical representativeness of individual governments.