Portrait of employees

What surprised you the most when you started working at the DP’s parliamentary group?

David: The presence of the DP on the various online platforms. The DP is constantly looking to reinvent itself and shine the light on new and interesting topics.

Sébastien:  The active cooperation within the team of the parliamentary group and alongside the members of parliament. I had imagined the hierarchy to be much more rigid.

If you could implement a political idea immediately, which one would it be?

David: The use of the blockchain in Luxembourg to further develop digitalisation.

Sébastien: A massive budget for culture, to transfer the Icelandic model onto Luxembourg.

How would you describe yourself in three words?

David: Creative, organised and with an ability to multitask.

Sébastien: Creative, chaotic, and monotasking-limited. We are a good team!

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