The Central Desert Regional Council is made up of 12 members who are elected by the constituents from the four Wards that make up the Central Desert region. The council is charged with carrying out duties under the provisions of the Local Government Act and Regulations. It is a decision and policy making body with CDRC staff being the means by which these decisions and policies are carried into effect. A President and a Deputy President are elected by the members of the Council, with the role of Deputy President changing every 12 months.
On 28 August 2021 a general election was held across the Central Desert region. Click the link CDRC Elected Members for the Central Desert Regional Council's fifth term members. Only Anmatjere needed to vote, as the other wards received enough candidates or below the number of positions available. Click this link CDRC Election Results to view details of the election in Anmatjere.
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