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Luxembourg communal council (French: Conseil communal de Luxembourg) is the local council for the commune of Luxembourg City, in southern Luxembourg.

It consists of twenty-seven members, elected every six years by proportional representation.[1]

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Current compositionEdit

The last elections were held on 9 October 2011, and resulted in a victory for the Democratic Party (DP). In the collège échevinal, the DP forms a coalition with The Greens, who have the third-largest contingent, under the leadership of DP mayor Lydie Polfer.[2][3]

2011 election results[4]
Party Popular vote Seats Change
Democratic Party (DP) 33,65%
10   1
Christian Social People's Party (CSV) 19,05%
5   1
The Greens 18,45%
5   0
Luxembourg Socialist Workers' Party (LSAP) 15,93%
4   0
The Left 6,45%
2   2
Alternative Democratic Reform Party (ADR) 5,02%
1   0
Total: 27

2017 electionsEdit

Below are the results of the communal elections of 8 October 2017.[5] This council will take office in January 2018.

Party Popular vote Seats Change Councillors
Democratic Party (DP) 30,04%
9   1 Simone Beissel, Héloïse Bock, Tanja de Jager, Patrick Goldschmidt, Vronny Krieps, Colette Mart, Lydie Polfer, Claude Radoux, Jeff Wirtz
Christian Social People's Party (CSV) 25,03%
7   2 Maurice Bauer, Paul Galles, Claudine Konsbruck, Elisabeth Margue, Laurent Mosar, Serge Wilmes, Lima Isabel Wiseler-Santos
The Greens 19,26%
5   0 Carlo Back, François Benoy, Tilly Metz, Claudie Reyland, Sam Tanson
Luxembourg Socialist Workers' Party (LSAP) 11,09%
3   1 Marc Angel, Cathy Fayot, Tom Krieps
The Left 6,79%
2   0 Joël Delvaux, David Wagner
Alternative Democratic Reform Party (ADR) 4,3%
1   0 Roy Reding
Pirate Party of Luxembourg 2,64%
0
Communist Party of Luxembourg (KPL) 0,84%
0
Total: 27

2005 electionsEdit

See alsoEdit

FootnotesEdit

  1. ^ "Attributions du conseil communal" (in French). Ville de Luxembourg. Retrieved 2007-08-31.
  2. ^ "Collège échevinal: Membres". Ville de Luxembourg (in French). Retrieved 2017-10-31.
  3. ^ "Accord de coalition". Ville de Luxembourg (in French). Retrieved 2017-10-31.
  4. ^ "Commune Luxembourg" (in French). Retrieved 2017-10-31.
  5. ^ "Luxembourg" (in French). Retrieved 2017-10-31.

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