Christine Fixmer

Meet the Team

Which subjects and dossiers do you oversee at work?

The biggest dossiers I look after are the ones related to Justice and the Luxembourgish institutions including the ongoing review of the constitution. Aside those two I also take care of the dossiers regarding the Civil Service and Media & Communication where we finalised the new law on press aid before the summer. Foreign politics and Europe are then also part of my scope.

Why did you apply at the DP’s parliamentary group?

In the past I was already part of the JDL. I am happy to get involved and work together with our dynamic team and help to get things moving in politics.

If you could implement a political idea right away – which one would it be?

The reimbursement of psychological and psychotherapeutic therapy. Mental health is not a luxury – it concerns us all, but not everyone has the option to get help for themselves.

So far, which was your proudest moment in the parliamentary group?

I am incredibly proud to be working with Simome Beissel on the constitutional reform. Our Constitution has a very long history and it is an important pillar for us as a community and for our democracy.

How would you describe yourself in three words?

Interested, open minded, quiet  – and a huge pasta fan!


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