List of mayors of Nuoro
|Mayor of Nuoro
Sindaco di Nuoro
|Term length||5 years, renewable once|
The Mayor of Nuoro is an elected politician who, along with the Nuoro's City Council, is accountable for the strategic government of Nuoro in Sardinia, Italy. The current Mayor is the independent Andrea Soddu, who took office on 16 June 2015.
According to the Italian Constitution, the Mayor of Nuoro is member of the City Council.
The Mayor is elected by the population of Nuoro, who also elects the members of the City Council, controlling the Mayor's policy guidelines and is able to enforce his resignation by a motion of no confidence. The Mayor is entitled to appoint and release the members of his government.
Since 1995 the Mayor is elected directly by Nuoro's electorate: in all mayoral elections in Italy in cities with a population higher than 15,000 the voters express a direct choice for the mayor or an indirect choice voting for the party of the candidate's coalition. If no candidate receives at least 50% of votes, the top two candidates go to a second round after two weeks. The election of the City Council is based on a direct choice for the candidate with a preference vote: the candidate with the majority of the preferences is elected. The number of the seats for each party is determined proportionally.
Italian Republic (since 1946)
City Council election (1946-1995)
From 1946 to 1995, the Mayor of Nuoro was elected by the City's Council.
Direct election (since 1995)
Since 1995, under provisions of new local administration law, the Mayor of Nuoro is chosen by direct election.
|Mayor||Term start||Term end||Party|
|18||Carlo Forteleoni||1995||1999||Italian People's Party|
|19||Mario Demuru Zidda||2000||2005||Democrats of the Left|
|20||Alessandro Bianchi||2010||16 June 2015||Democratic Party|
|21||Andrea Soddu||16 June 2015||Incumbent||Independent|
- "Andrea Soddu nuovo sindaco di Nuoro: «Realizzato un sogno»". La Nuova Sardegna. 15 June 2015. Retrieved 14 December 2018.