Local government Prague is responsible for the all round development and a healthy maintenance of the city's resources and infra-structure. Prague has remained to be one of the oldest and the most happening cities of Europe since time immemorial. Therefore, it remains imperative that the local government of Prague involves a very efficient administrative structure. Prague is an important tourist center for business personnels, holiday makers and scholars alike. Thus a proper maintenance of the city's profile is a matter of utmost priority for the city officials. Prague, like the rest of the Czech Republic is under the
administrative rule of the President Vaclav Havel and the Prime Minister Milos Zeman.
Prague is divided into ten administrative districts. They are governed by a Mayor and the city council of Prague, who are at the helm of Prague local government. The Mayor as well as the members to the city council are elected every four years through a general electoral process. Local government Prague is concerned not only with the maintenance and development of the city, but also with the process of rebuilding following the neglect imposed by the communist regime before the formation of the nation in 1990.