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Charles Goerens

North, Member of the European Parliament

Charles Goerens was elected to the Chamber of Deputies in 1979. He was constantly re-elected thereafter. From 1982 to 1984, he was a member of the European Parliament for the first time. He was directly re-elected in 1999, but was called to the Juncker-Polfer government. After becoming again a national MP, he returned to the European Parliament in 2009 and retained his seat after the elections of May 2014 and May 2019. In addition, Charles Goerens was President of the Democratic Party from 1989 to 1994.

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Charel Goerens: “I’d have preferred the British had stayed in the EU”
For Charles Goerens, the deal between the EU and Great Britain concluded in December is better than no deal at all. However, the liberal MEP would have preferred the Brits to remain in the EU.

Plenarsëtzungswoch (Dezember 2020) - Brexit

Den Austrëtt vu Groussbritannien aus der EU ass scho säit enger längerer Zäit Haaptthema a suergt fir vill Gespréichsstoff. Mam Enn vum Joer kennt d’Wourecht ëmmer méi no: packen et béid Parteien een Accord ze fannen? Mir hunn iwwer den aktuelle Stand geschwat – a wéi d’Konsequenze fir d’EU ausgesi kennen.

Plenarsëtzungswoch (Dezember 2020) - Brexit