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On 8 October, only 102 out of the 105 communes in Luxembourg will hold elections for new local councils. Pictured: local election campaign posters are in seen in this archive photo from September 2011.
Photo: Oliver Minaire
Three communes in the grand duchy are exempt from voting as not enough candidates posted their candidatures, RTL reported on Tuesday 12 September.
In the communes Bech, Feulen and Winseler, residents can stay home on 8 October, while the rest of the country votes for their new local council.
No polls are to be held in these three communes, as not enough citizens have stood for election. The seats will automatically be occupied by the candidates on the list.
In the commune of Bech, only 8 out of the 9 available seats will be filled. In the northern communes Feulen and Winseler, the 9 seats will be held by the 9 candidates who filed in each commune.