As the parliament of the municipality, the municipal council is responsible for approving the accounts and budgets of the City of Geneva. It also votes on loans to implement new projects, adopts regulations or tasks the administrative council with defining the major orientations of collective life.
As a deliberative authority, the Municipal Council is the local assembly which represents the voters of the City of Geneva.
Below the federal level (Federal Assembly) and the cantonal level (Grand Council), the Municipal Council is the local representative body.
The Municipal Council of the City of Geneva consists of 80 members, who are elected every five years.
Everything you need to know about the Municipal Council of Geneva
View the presentation of the assembly and its members, the recordings of the plenary sessions and the objects and interventions handled by the Municipal Council on the website of Municipal Council of the City of Geneva.
Article modifié le 25.09.2020 à 17:05