|Municipio I di Roma|
|Municipio of Rome|
Location of Municipio I of Rome
19 January 2001|
11 March 2013 (resized)
Sabrina Alfonsi (PD)|
|• Total||7.69 sq mi (19.91 km2)|
|• Density||24,300/sq mi (9,382/km2)|
|Time zone||UTC+1 (CET)|
|• Summer (DST)||UTC+2 (CEST)|
|Website||Municipio I of Rome|
It was first created by Rome's city council on 19 January 2001 and has a president who is elected during the mayoral elections. On 11 March 2013 its borders were modified and it has expanded with the incorporation of part of the abolished Municipio XVII. Since then all the rioni of Rome, which are the city's historic districts, form part of Municipio I together with the localities of Delle Vittorie and Eroi.
Municipio I is divided into 11 localities:
31 December 2010
|1a Historical Centre
|1f XX Settembre
|1x Archeological Zone
|17b Delle Vittorie
Since 2013 the territory includes all 22 rioni: R.I Monti, R.II Trevi, R.III Colonna, R.IV Campo Marzio, R.V Ponte, R.VI Parione, R.VII Regola, R.VIII Sant'Eustachio, R.IX Pigna, R.X Campitelli, R.XI Sant'Angelo, R.XII Ripa, R.XIII Trastevere, R.XIV Borgo, R.XV Esquilino, R.XVI Ludovisi, R.XVII Sallustiano, R.XVIII Castro Pretorio, R.XIX Celio, R.XX Testaccio, R.XXI San Saba and R.XXII Prati.
The President of the municipio is directly elected by citizens. The Council of the municipio is elected every five years, with a system under which voters express a direct choice for the President or an indirect choice voting for the party of the candidate's coalition. If no candidate receives at least 50% of votes, the top two candidates go to a second round after two weeks. This gives a result whereby the winning candidate may be able to claim majority support.
Last election occurred on 5 and 19 June 2016:
|Maria Giuseppina Campanini||M5S||13,738||20.19||30,651||49.16|
Table below shows the current composition of the Council:
|2016 – 2021||11 PD
|24||Sabrina Alfonsi (PD)|
Here is a list of presidents of the municipio since the office was created in 2001:
|Sabrina Alfonsi||PD||Centre-left||since 2013|
Stations of Rome Metro in the municipio:
- "Roma, sì all'accorpamento dei municipi: il Consiglio li riduce da 19 a 15". Il Messaggero. 11 March 2013. Retrieved 13 March 2013.
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