The DP in Government

In the government, the DP is a guarantor for social and liberal politics in Luxembourg. With Prime Minister Xavier Bettel, the country has the right captain taking the lead. Meanwhile, the DP ministers help bring progress to the country in their respective domains.

The DP mourns the loss of Paul Helminger

With Paul Helminger, Luxembourg loses a politician who has strongly shaped the country and the city of Luxembourg. Paul Helminger was a politician who moved things. A man for whom modernization was not a slogan, but a task for which he committed himself wholeheartedly: as a diplomat, as chief of staff, as secretary of state, as deputy, as member of parliament, as mayor of Luxembourg-city, and as entrepreneur.

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Pierre Gramegna

An encouraging start to the year

On 28 February 2021, the Minister of Finance, Pierre Gramegna, presented the situation of public finances to the deputies of the Finance and Budget Committee and the Committee for the Control of Budget Execution of the Chamber of Deputies.

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The DP mourns the loss of Paul Helminger

With Paul Helminger, Luxembourg loses a politician who has strongly shaped the country and the city of Luxembourg. Paul Helminger was a politician who moved things. A man for whom modernization was not a slogan, but a task for which he committed himself wholeheartedly: as a diplomat, as chief of staff, as secretary of state, as deputy, as member of parliament, as mayor of Luxembourg-city, and as entrepreneur.

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Pierre Gramegna

An encouraging start to the year

On 28 February 2021, the Minister of Finance, Pierre Gramegna, presented the situation of public finances to the deputies of the Finance and Budget Committee and the Committee for the Control of Budget Execution of the Chamber of Deputies.

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The DP mourns the loss of Paul Helminger

With Paul Helminger, Luxembourg loses a politician who has strongly shaped the country and the city of Luxembourg. Paul Helminger was a politician who moved things. A man for whom modernization was not a slogan, but a task for which he committed himself wholeheartedly: as a diplomat, as chief of staff, as secretary of state, as deputy, as member of parliament, as mayor of Luxembourg-city, and as entrepreneur.

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Our Government members

Xavier Bettel
Prime Minister
Xavier Bettel
Xavier Bettel
Prime Minister

Xavier Bettel was voted into Chambers for the first time at the age of 26 years old. After the general elections on 20th October 2013, he became the second liberal Prime Minister and Minister of State of Luxembourg after Gaston Thorn.

All Government Members
All Government Members
All Government Members
All Government Members
Corinne Cahen
Minister for Family Affairs and Integration, Minister for the Greater Region

Corinne Cahen is the president of the DP since November 2015. In 2013 she ran for the general elections for the first time and she was voted into Chambers immediately. As of 2013, Corinne Cahen is the Minister for Family Affairs and Integration and Minister for the Greater Region.

Corinne Cahen

Corinne Cahen is the president of the DP since November 2015. In 2013 she ran for the general elections for the first time and she was voted into Chambers immediately. As of 2013, Corinne Cahen is the Minister for Family Affairs and Integration and Minister for the Greater Region.

Lex Delles
Minister for Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises, Minister for Tourism
Lex Delles
Lex Delles
Minister for Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises, Minister for Tourism

Since 2018, Lex Delles has been Minister for SMEs and Minister for Tourism. His priority is to help SMEs get through the crisis.

Pierre Gramegna
Minister of Finance

Pierre Gramegna has been Minister of Finance since 2013. In his first mandate, he restructured the state’s finances, improved the reputation of the Luxembourg financial centre and implemented a socially equitable tax reform, which relieved the middle class and low-income earners.

Pierre Gramegna

Pierre Gramegna has been Minister of Finance since 2013. In his first mandate, he restructured the state’s finances, improved the reputation of the Luxembourg financial centre and implemented a socially equitable tax reform, which relieved the middle class and low-income earners.

Marc Hansen
Minister for the Civil Service, Minister for Relations with Parliament, Minister Delegate for Digitalisation, Minister Delegate for Administrative Reform
Marc Hansen
Marc Hansen
Minister for the Civil Service, Minister for Relations with Parliament, Minister Delegate for Digitalisation, Minister Delegate for Administrative Reform

In 2018, Marc Hansen was appointed Minister for the Civil Service, Minister for Relations with Parliament, Minister Delegate for Digitalisation and Minister Delegate for Administrative Reform.

Claude Meisch
Minister of Education, Children and Youth, Minister for Higher Education and Research

Since 2013, Claude Meisch has been Minister of Education, Children and Youth and Minister for Higher Education and Research.

Claude Meisch

Since 2013, Claude Meisch has been Minister of Education, Children and Youth and Minister for Higher Education and Research.

All Government Members