Elections for local government bodies are held to elect 61 mayors and 1,603 members of municipal councils across the country. Mayors and councils are elected directly for four-year terms. For local elections, the electoral zone corresponds to the administrative-territorial division of the municipality. Mayors are elected in first-past-the-post contests and councilors from closed lists under a proportional system. The number of councilors to be elected in each municipality is determined according to its population size and ranges from 15 to 61 mandates. Local council mandates are allocated to parties and coalitions according to the d’Hondt method, while the distribution of seats to parties within a coalition is conducted using the Sainte-Laguë method.
Below you can find the results for the local elections according to the respective years.