Samtgemeinden have three organs:
- the Samtgemeinde mayor (German: Samtgemeindebürgermeister), elected directly every eight years
- the Samtgemeinde council, (German: Samtgemeinderat) elected every five years
- the Samtgemeinde committee (German: Samtgemeindeausschuss).
The Samtgemeinde committee consists of the Samtgemeinde mayor (the chairman of the committee), and according to size of the council from four to ten assistants and the council can decide a rise by two (§56 paragraph 2 local government law). These positions are distributed among the factions and groups in the council according to the largest remainder method.
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