Lienchiang County Council
|Lienchiang County Council|
|Single non-transferable vote|
|Fusing, Nangan, Lienchiang, Fujian|
The Lienchiang County Council (MTCC; Chinese: 連江縣議會; pinyin: Liánjiāng Xiàn Yìhuì) is the elected county council of Lienchiang County, Republic of China. The council composes of 9 councilors lastly elected through the 2014 Republic of China local election on 29 November 2014. It has the least number of seats among other county councils in Taiwan.
MTCC was originally established as Lienchiang County Affairs Counseling Committee in 1957 by the Executive Yuan. On 7 November 1992, the martial law was lifted from Matsu and the committee was reformed into Lienchiang Temporary County Council and its councilor members were appointed by Fujian Provincial Government. The first election for the councilor members were done in January 1994, and in March 1994 it was finally changed and inaugurated to Lienchiang County Council. On 7 November 1996, the current council building in Fuxing Village of Nangan Township was completed.
- Deputy Speaker
- Personnel Administrator
- Office of General Affairs
- Session Procedures
The council is accessible within walking distance from Matsu Nangan Airport.
- "Lienchiang County Council". Mtcc.gov.tw. 2011-07-01. Retrieved 2014-04-22.
- "Brief History of the Council". Matsu.idv.tw. 1992-11-07. Retrieved 2014-04-22.
- "Organization". Matsu.idv.tw. Retrieved 2014-04-22.
- "Location". Matsu.idv.tw. Retrieved 2014-04-22.