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Question 1: In all the other states the burgomasters are now elected directly by the ________ living in that area.
European UnionCitizenship of the European UnionEuropean ParliamentEuropean integration

Question 2: In ________, Mayor is executive manager of city and elected by The Islamic City Council.
Iran–Iraq WarAzerbaijanIraqIran

Question 3: In councils where ________ are elected representing political parties, the Mayor is normally the leader of the party receiving the most seats on council.
JudgeCouncillorDoctor (title)Professor

Question 4: In ________ local government is regulated by state statutes.
PolandGermanyGreeceNetherlands

Question 5: Japan's Local-Autonomy Law of ________ defines the structure of Japanese local governments, which were strengthened after World War II.
1978194719561948

Question 6: The term Oberbürgermeister is not used in the three city-states (e.g., in ________ Regierender Bürgermeister ("governing burgomaster") is used).
TallinnBerlinStockholmLondon

Question 7: The word intendente is used in ________ and Paraguay for the office that is analogous to a mayor.
ChileBrazilBuenos AiresArgentina

Question 8: On ________ councils, the Mayor is generally the member of the Council who acts as ceremonial figurehead at official functions, as well as carrying the authority of Council between meetings.
United KingdomCanadaAustraliaBarbados

Question 9: This is common for smaller cities, especially in ________.
Midwestern United StatesNortheastern United StatesSouthern United StatesNew England

Question 10: In ________ municipal titles vary from province to province, but the highest official of a First Nation community holds the title of chief.
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