Municipal elections: Operation of the Government Coordinating Office and presentation of candidate statistics
Representatives of the press have been invited to the headquarters of The Government IT Centre on 25 May 2023, where the Government Coordinating Office will meet to receive, record and publish the unofficial results of the local elections of 11 June 2023.
Communal elections: 3,847 candidates running for 1,121 mandates
According to official records compiled by the Ministry of Home Affairs, 1,483 women (38.55%) and 2,364 men (61.45%) are running in the 11 June elections.
Much more than just figures
Municipal elections take place every 6 years. Municipal councillors are directly elected by the inhabitants of the commune.
Each commune in Luxembourg has a municipal council from which the College of Aldermen derives..
The election process
On 11 June 2023, you will be able to follow the count for each municipality, party and candidate.
The organisation and process of the Municipal elections are laid down in broad terms by the Constitution and in detail by the electoral law.
Who may vote, be a candidate, how can you vote via postal ballot, what are the rules and principles of Municipal elections in Luxembourg?
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