Sandur’s mayor quits

20.09.2019 - 19:18
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Sandur’s mayor quits
Brandur Sandoy, mayor of Sandur, will stand down after ten years in the position to take up a seat in Parliament
Brandur Sandoy is standing in for Elsebeth Mercedis Gunnleygsdóttur in Parliament, who has been appointed Minister of Social Affairs
 

Brandur Sandoy is one of the mayors who took up their parliamentary seat last week.

He announced before the general election that he is quitting local politics.

On 26 October, Sandoy will be celebrating his tenth anniversary as mayor of Sandur in Sandoy, after which he will be standing down.

Dilemmas for other mayors

Tórshavn’s mayor, Annika Olsen, has announced that she will focus fully on her mayoral role and will not take a seat in Parliament as long as she is mayor.

Heðin Zachariasen, mayor of Sunda Municipality, says he will consult with the town council on whether he can take up the dual role of mayor and MP. He says he will not run for the next local election.

Kristin Michelsen, mayor of Tvøroyri, has been told by the local council that he cannot be an MP and mayor at the same time.


Translated by prosa.fo

 
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