Diekirch communal council

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Diekirch communal council (French: Conseil communal de Diekirch) is the local council for the commune of Diekirch, in north-eastern Luxembourg.

It consists of thirteen members, elected every six years by proportional representation.[1] The last elections were held on 9 October 2005, and resulted in a draw between the Christian Social People's Party (CSV) and the Luxembourg Socialist Workers' Party (LSAP). In the collège échevinal, the CSV forms a coalition with The Greens, under the leadership of CSV mayor Jacques Dahm.[1]

Party Seats Councillors
Christian Social People's Party (CSV) 5 Robert Bohnert, Paul Bonert, Jacques Dahm, Françoise Kerger-Faber, Nico Michels
Luxembourg Socialist Workers' Party (LSAP) 5 René Blum, Emile Eischen, Claude Haagen, René Kanivé, Claude Thill
The Greens 2 Elisabeth Hoffmann, Fränk Thillen
Democratic Party (DP) 1 Ernest Breuskin
Source: Commune of Diekirch

Since the elections of October 2011, the composition of the council has changed. The socialist party LSAP has 7 members, CSV 3, DP 2, Déi Greng 1. The mayor is Claude Haagen (LSAP)

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  1. ^ a b "Le conseil communal" (in French). Commune of Diekirch. Retrieved 2008-04-24. 

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