There are two levels of local government in the territory, Miquelon-Langlade and Saint Pierre.
The municipal council is made up of the mayor, advisors (conseillers) and associates (adjoint).
The local government of Saint-Pierre consist of the Mayor (Maire) and Council Members (Consillers). The council sits at a three storey structure on rue de Paris.
The current senior council consists of:
Unlike the council on Miquelon-Langlade, the general council members are divided into the governing council and opposition members.
The current general council consists of:
Les Conseillers de la majorité
Les Conseillers de l'opposition
The local government of Mairie de Miquelon-Langlade is lead by the maire or mayor and Conseillers or councillors. The council sits at a two storey structure on rue Baron de l'Espérance.
The current council consists of:
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