List of mayors of Geneva

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This is a list of mayors of Geneva, Switzerland. The office of mayor of Geneva (maire de Genève) rotates annually among the five members of the Conseil administratif, the executive government of the city. The new mayor takes office in June.

Between 1842 and 1954, the title of the person presiding the executive of the City of Geneva was Président du Conseil administratif; since 1954, the title Maire (mayor) is used.

Numbers in brackets after names indicate the ordinal of the term, e.g. (2) indicates that individual's second term as mayor.

Mayors of Geneva
Year Mayor Birth Death Party Years on the
Conseil administratif
1967 Jean-Paul Buensod (1)  ?  ? Christian Democratic People's Party  ?
1968 Lise Girardin (1) 1921 2010 Free Democratic Party  ?
1969 Claude Ketterer (1)  ? 1994 Social Democratic Party 1966–1987
1970 Pierre Marcel Raisin (1) 1922 1996 Liberal Party 1967–1983
1971 Jean-Paul Buensod (2)  ?  ? Christian Democratic People's Party  ?
1972 Lise Girardin (2) 1921 2010 Free Democratic Party  ?
1973 Claude Ketterer (2)  ? 1994 Social Democratic Party 1966–1987
1974 Pierre Marcel Raisin (2) 1922 1996 Liberal Party 1967–1983
1975 Lise Girardin (3) 1921 2010 Free Democratic Party  ?
1976 René Emmenegger (1) 1930 Living Christian Democratic People's Party 1975–1991
1977 Claude Ketterer (3)  ? 1994 Social Democratic Party 1966–1987
1978 Pierre Marcel Raisin (3) 1922 1996 Liberal Party 1967–1983
1979 Roger Dafflon (1) 1914 1996 Swiss Party of Labour 1970–1987
1980 René Emmenegger (2) 1930 Living Christian Democratic People's Party 1975–1991
1981 Claude Ketterer (4)  ? 1994 Social Democratic Party 1966–1987
1982 Pierre Marcel Raisin (4) 1922 1996 Liberal Party 1967–1983
1983 Guy-Olivier Segond (1) 1945 Living Free Democratic Party 1979–1989
1984 Roger Dafflon (2) 1914 1996 Swiss Party of Labour 1970–1987
1985 René Emmenegger (3) 1930 Living Christian Democratic People's Party 1975–1991
1986 Claude Ketterer (5)  ? 1994 Social Democratic Party 1966–1987
1987 Claude Haegi 1940 Living Liberal Party 1983–1989
1988 Guy-Olivier Segond (2) 1945 Living Free Democratic Party 1979–1989
1989 René Emmenegger (4) 1930 Living Christian Democratic People's Party 1975–1991
1990 André Hediger (1) 1941 Living Swiss Party of Labour 1987–2007
1991 Jacqueline Burnand (1)  ?  ? Social Democratic Party 1987–1999
1992 Madeleine Rossi 1935 2008 Liberal Party 1990–1995
1993 Michel Rossetti (1)  ? Living Free Democratic Party 1990–1999
1994 André Hediger (2) 1941 Living Swiss Party of Labour 1987–2007
1995 Alain Vaissade (1) 1946 Living Green Party 1991–2003
1996 Jacqueline Burnand (2)  ? Living Social Democratic Party 1987–1999
1997 Michel Rossetti (2)  ? Living Free Democratic Party 1990–1999
1998 André Hediger (3) 1941 Living Swiss Party of Labour 1987–2007
1999 Pierre Muller (1) 1952 Living Liberal Party 1995–2007
2000 Alain Vaissade (2) 1946 Living Green Party 1991–2003
2001 Manuel Tornare (1) 1951 Living Social Democratic Party 1999–
2002 André Hediger (4) 1941 Living Swiss Party of Labour 1987–2007
2003 Christian Ferrazino 1954 Living Alliance de gauche 1999–2007
2004 Pierre Muller (2) 1952 Living Liberal Party 1995–2007
2005 Manuel Tornare (2) 1951 Living Social Democratic Party 1999–
2006 André Hediger (5) 1941 Living Swiss Party of Labour 1987–2007
2007 Patrice Mugny 1953 Living Green Party 2003–
2008 Manuel Tornare (3) 1951 Living Social Democratic Party 1999–
2009 Rémy Pagani (1) 1954 Living À gauche toute! 2007–
2010 Sandrine Salerno 1971 Living Social Democratic Party
2011 Pierre Maudet 1978 Living FDP.The Liberals
2012 Rémy Pagani (2) 1954 Living À gauche toute! 2007–

External links

  • City of Geneva: The composition of the Executive Council
  • Maires de la Ville de Genève depuis 1842 (PDF version)
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