Luxembourg communal council

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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] 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 Paul Helminger.[2]

Party Seats Councillors
Democratic Party (DP) 11 Sonja Adam-Becker, Simone Beissel, Xavier Bettel, Anne Brasseur, Colette Flesch, Paul Helminger, Vronny Krieps, Colette Mart, Lydie Polfer, Jean-Paul Rippinger
Christian Social People's Party (CSV) 6 Paul-Henri Meyers, Laurent Mosar, Martine Stein-Mergen, Théo Stendebach, Lucien Thiel, Lima Isabel Wiseler-Santos
The Greens 5 Carlo Back, Fabiana Bartolozzi, François Bausch, Carlo De Toffoli, Viviane Loschetter
Luxembourg Socialist Workers' Party (LSAP) 4 Marc Angel, Armand Drews, Ben Fayot, René Kollweiter
Alternative Democratic Reform Party (ADR) 1 Jacques-Yves Henckes
Source: Ville de Luxembourg

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  1. ^ "Attributions du conseil communal" (in French). Ville de Luxembourg. Retrieved 2007-08-31. 
  2. ^ "Composition du collège échevinal" (in French). Ville de Luxembourg. Retrieved 2007-08-31. 

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