The City Council has 37 members who come from various parties and coalitions of parties, depending on the results of local elections. The Council has one president and two vice-presidents.
Party representation in the City Council, council members clubs, councillors whose term of office has terminated or has been inactivated
The City Council as a representative body shall adopt decisions and acts within the competence of a local self government unit , by a majority of the votes cast by its members. The work of the City Council is laid down by the Rules of Procedure.
Citizens and media representatives are allowed to attend Council sessions. In addition to this, Council sessions are transmitted live via the city web site. An insight into archival documentation and materials is enabled upon request.
The City Council shall establish standing and provisional committees and other working bodies in order to analyse and consider single issues and prepare draft decisions and other bylaws pertaining to its scope, as well as to express its opinions and motions relating to other issues on the agenda of City Council sessions. The following are…
Youth Council of the City of Rijeka is an advisory body of the City of Rijeka established with the aim of promoting and supporting the rights, needs and interests of young people at local level.
Sessions are held on a monthly basis. The announcement, agenda and all materials shall be published eight days prior to the session. Conclusions, minutes, reports and video recording are available here after the session.
Questions and answers to questions raised by councillors during a session or between two sessions, to which an answer in writing was requested or the mayor committed himself to submit an answer in writing.
Political parties and lists of groups of voters who at elections for members of representative bodies have received at least one representative body member, obtain the right to this reimbursement