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Mayor of Cape Town to head ‘mayors parliament’

Patricia de Lille, Mayor of Cape Town, has become the new Chairwoman of the Steering Committee of the Global Parliament of Mayors. De Lille will be the interim chair until a new one is elected during the annual meeting due to be held later in 2017.

De Lille is taking over from Jozias van Aartsen, Mayor of The Hague, due to his retirement. Peter Kurz, Mayor of Mannheim, will be Vice Chair of the Steering Committee.

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