The DP in the Chamber of Deputies

The team surrounding fraction president Gilles Baum and President of the Chamber of Deputies Fernand Etgen stand in for the tens of thousands of constituents who have expressed their trust to the DP during the last general election.

André Bauler

KEP 1.0 – Culture as dialogue and investment

At the end of April, there was a major orientation debate in Parliament on the Cultural Development Plan 1.0. A plan that has occupied the work of the Parliamentary Committee on Culture for several years, and which today – in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic – has a very different meaning than in 2018.

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André Bauler

KEP 1.0 – Culture as dialogue and investment

At the end of April, there was a major orientation debate in Parliament on the Cultural Development Plan 1.0. A plan that has occupied the work of the Parliamentary Committee on Culture for several years, and which today – in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic – has a very different meaning than in 2018.

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Our Members of Parliament

Gilles Baum
President of the DP fraction
Gilles Baum
Gilles Baum
President of the DP fraction

Gilles Baum was voted into Chambers for the first time in 2013. The MP from the East region has been the president of the DP fraction since 2020. The teacher is president of the Education commission and, in Chambers, represents the DP position for the national budget and a variety of health dossiers.

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All Members of Parliament
All Members of Parliament
All Members of Parliament
Fernand Etgen
President of the Chamber of Deputies, Member of Parliament

Fernand Etgen was sworn in in Chambers in 2007. Ever since 2018, Fernand Etgen is the president of the Chamber of Deputies.

Fernand Etgen

Fernand Etgen was sworn in in Chambers in 2007. Ever since 2018, Fernand Etgen is the president of the Chamber of Deputies.

Carole Hartmann
Member of Parliament
Carole Hartmann
Carole Hartmann
Member of Parliament

Carole Hartmann was elected to the Luxembourgish Parliament for the first time in 2018. In the Chamber of Deputies, the lawyer focuses on the flexibilisation of work, the promotion of home office working arrangements and the simplification of legal procedures.

Max Hahn
Member of Parliament

Max Hahn has been a Member of Parliament since 2013. He is a trained engineer specialised in sustainable energy management and is responsible for topics relating to mobility, climate and environmental protection as well as territory planning in the Chamber of Deputies.

Max Hahn

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Claude Lamberty
Member of Parliament
Claude Lamberty
Claude Lamberty
Member of Parliament

Claude Lamberty was sworn in as member of parliament in 2016. In 2017, he became Secretary General of the DP. As a teacher, he is particularly interested in education and professional education. A passionate sportsman, he is also committed to making sports an important part of our society.

Lydie Polfer
Member of Parliament

Lydie Polfer was sworn in for the first time at the “Krautmaart” in 1979. In her parliamentary work, she is particularly committed to the safety and well-being of citizens and municipalities.

Lydie Polfer

Lydie Polfer was sworn in for the first time at the “Krautmaart” in 1979. In her parliamentary work, she is particularly committed to the safety and well-being of citizens and municipalities.

Gusty Graas
Member of Parliament
Gusty Graas
Gusty Graas
Member of Parliament

Gusty Graas was first elected MP in 1999. He is a strong advocate of a better protection of the environment and the waters. Gusty Graas is Chairman of the Parliamentary Civil Service Commission. Foreign and European policy is another passion of the MP.

André Bauler
Member of Parliament

André Bauler made the jump into Chambers for the first time in 2009. In his parliamentary work, the MP works a lot towards the appeal of the northern constituency of the country.

André Bauler

André Bauler made the jump into Chambers for the first time in 2009. In his parliamentary work, the MP works a lot towards the appeal of the northern constituency of the country.

Simone Beissel
Member of Parliament
Simone Beissel
Simone Beissel
Member of Parliament

Simone Beissel was first elected as a member of parliament in 1999. She is the DP’s spokesperson on constitutional matters and works very zealously on the constitutional reform.

Frank Colabianchi
Member of Parliament

Frank Colabianchi entered the Chamber of Deputies in 2018. The former professor is among other things, a member of the Petitions Committee, the Housing Committee and the Mobility and Public Works Committee.

Frank Colabianchi

Frank Colabianchi entered the Chamber of Deputies in 2018. The former professor is among other things, a member of the Petitions Committee, the Housing Committee and the Mobility and Public Works Committee.

Guy Arendt
Member of Parliament
Guy Arendt
Guy Arendt
Member of Parliament

Guy Arendt was first elected to the Chamber of Deputies in 2013. At the moment, he chairs the Committee on Digitalisation, Media and Communications and is a member of the Finance and Budget Committee.

Pim Knaff
Member of Parliament

Pim Knaff was sworn in as an MP in 2020 and since then has been primarily responsible for digitization and new technologies within the DP parliamentary group.

Pim Knaff

Pim Knaff was sworn in as an MP in 2020 and since then has been primarily responsible for digitization and new technologies within the DP parliamentary group.

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Visits to the Chamber of Deputies

Chambervisiten Fernand Etgen

Do you want to discover the Parliament up close? DP MPs organize regular visits to the Chamber of Deputies.

Chambervisiten Fernand Etgen

Join our Team

Join our Team

You need to do a practical internship as partof your studies or training, or you want to gain some work experience over your holidays? Then join us for an internship in the parliamentary group of the DP!

Our employees

Mataarbechter Jeff Feller

The DP group’s team supports the deputies in their work and helps them with everything they need.

Parliamentary questions

Courrier non distribué

Are municipalities allowed to withhold letters from the municipality council?

Citizens, clubs or associations often send invitations, concerns or information requests to the Aldermen and the local council of their community. They usually use the official e-mail or postal address of the municipality. DP MPs Guy Arendt and Claude Lamberty have now learned that some letters never reached the members of the municipality council, even though they were considered the recipients of the letter. They have now asked the Minister of the Interior whether this practice is legal and how it can be ensured that a letter arrives where the sender wishes it.

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Doud Fësch Tote Fische

What effects does the flood have on fish stocks?

Due to the recent floods, many fish have not been able to swim back into their stream or river. DP MP Gusty Graas asked the concerned minister whether she was already aware of the effects of the recent floods on the national fish stocks and whether the “plan de repeuplement” needed to be adjusted now.

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Iwwerschwemmunge Hëllef Betriber

How soon can flood-affected businesses expect to receive assistance?

Many businesses, hotels, restaurants, cafes and campsites, which have already suffered greatly from the containment, have now suffered enormous damage from the flooding. DP MP Carole Hartmann asked Minister for the Middle Class Lex Delles if these companies can receive advances and when they can expect to receive the requested assistance.

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Courrier non distribué

Are municipalities allowed to withhold letters from the municipality council?

Citizens, clubs or associations often send invitations, concerns or information requests to the Aldermen and the local council of their community. They usually use the official e-mail or postal address of the municipality. DP MPs Guy Arendt and Claude Lamberty have now learned that some letters never reached the members of the municipality council, even though they were considered the recipients of the letter. They have now asked the Minister of the Interior whether this practice is legal and how it can be ensured that a letter arrives where the sender wishes it.

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Doud Fësch Tote Fische

What effects does the flood have on fish stocks?

Due to the recent floods, many fish have not been able to swim back into their stream or river. DP MP Gusty Graas asked the concerned minister whether she was already aware of the effects of the recent floods on the national fish stocks and whether the “plan de repeuplement” needed to be adjusted now.

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Courrier non distribué

Are municipalities allowed to withhold letters from the municipality council?

Citizens, clubs or associations often send invitations, concerns or information requests to the Aldermen and the local council of their community. They usually use the official e-mail or postal address of the municipality. DP MPs Guy Arendt and Claude Lamberty have now learned that some letters never reached the members of the municipality council, even though they were considered the recipients of the letter. They have now asked the Minister of the Interior whether this practice is legal and how it can be ensured that a letter arrives where the sender wishes it.

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Documents

  • Annual accounts at December 31, 2020 [more…]