Eid, Norway - Government - Municipal Council

Municipal Council

The municipal council (Kommunestyre) of Eid is made up of 29 representatives that are elected to every four years. For 2007-2011, the party breakdown is as follows:



Eid Kommunestyre 2007 - 2011
Party Name Name in Norwegian Number of
representatives
Labour Party Det Norske Arbeiderpartiet 8
Progress Party Fremskrittspartiet 2
Conservative Party Høyre 6
Christian Democratic Party Kristelig Folkeparti 2
Centre Party Senterpartiet 7
Socialist Left Party Sosialistisk Venstreparti 1
Liberal Party Venstre 3
Total: 29

Read more about this topic:  Eid, Norway, Government

Other articles related to "municipal council, council, municipal":

Steineberg - Politics - Municipal Council
... The council is made up of 6 council members, who were elected by majority vote at the municipal election held on 7 June 2009, and the honorary mayor as chairman ...
Table Of Municipalities Of The Netherlands - Municipal Status
... The municipalities are governed by both a council of mayor and aldermen and a municipal council ... The municipal council, which is titled island council in the special municipalities, is elected every four years ... The number of members in the council ranges from nine members for the smallest municipalities to forty-five members for the largest ...
Schutz, Germany - Politics - Municipal Council
... The council is made up of 6 council members, who were elected by majority vote at the municipal election held on 7 June 2009, and the honorary mayor as chairman ...
Municipal Council - Norway
... The municipal council (Norwegian Kommunestyre) is the highest governing body of the municipality in Norway ... The municipal council sets the scope of municipal activity, takes major decisions, and delegates responsibility ... The council is led by a mayor (ordfører) and is divided into an executive board (formannskap) and a number of committees, each responsible for a subsection of tasks ...

Famous quotes containing the words council and/or municipal:

    Parental attitudes have greater correlation with pupil achievement than material home circumstances or variations in school and classroom organization, instructional materials, and particular teaching practices.
    —Children and Their Primary Schools, vol. 1, ch. 3, Central Advisory Council for Education, London (1967)

    No sane local official who has hung up an empty stocking over the municipal fireplace, is going to shoot Santa Claus just before a hard Christmas.
    Alfred E. Smith (1873–1944)