Municipal organisation

The city of The Hague has a dual government. There is a separation of powers between the Municipal Council (city legislature) and the Municipal Executive (executive body). The mayor and the aldermen make up the Municipal Executive (college van B&W).

More about the Municipal Executive

Municipal Executive

  • Pauline Krikke Pauline Krikke

    On 17 March 2017 Pauline Krikke was installed as Mayor of The Hague. Her portfolio includes Public Order and Safety, International City, general governmental-legal affairs and representation.

  • Boudewijn Revis Boudewijn Revis

    Deputy Mayor Boudewijn Revis is The Hague's alderman for the Downtown, Development of Core Areas and Public Space as well as the Centrum district.

  • Joris Wijsmuller Joris Wijsmuller

    Deputy Mayor Joris Wijsmuller is The Hague's alderman for Urban Development, Public Housing, Sustainability and Culture as well as the Segbroek district.

  • Karsten Klein Karsten Klein

    Deputy Mayor Karsten Klein is The Hague's alderman for Economic Affairs, Harbours, Welfare and Health as well as the Scheveningen district.

  • Rabin Baldewsingh Rabin Baldewsingh

    Deputy Mayor Rabin Baldewsingh is The Hague's alderman for Social Affairs, Employment, Neighbourhood Approach, Integration Policy and Sport as well as the Escamp and Laak districts.

  • Deputy Mayor Tom de Bruijn Deputy Mayor Tom de Bruijn

    Deputy Mayor Tom de Bruijn is The Hague's alderman for Finance, Traffic, Transportation and Environment as well as the Leidschenveen-Ypenburg district.

  • Saskia Bruines Saskia Bruines

    Deputy Mayor Saskia Bruines is The Hague's alderman for the Knowledge Economy, International Affairs, Youth and Education as well as the Haagse Hout and Loosduinen districts