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Restoration of the Erpeldange castle?
DP MP André Bauler has heard that the state-owned castle of Erpeldange has been classified as a national monument and will soon be restored. In this context, he requested further information from the relevant ministers.
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What will be the future of the former buildings of the "Athénée de Luxembourg"?
Following the relocation of the National Library to Kirchberg, the former buildings of the "Athénée de Luxembourg" are empty. Initially, it was planned to open a national gallery there, but in the meantime, it seems to be a known fact that some offices of the Cité judiciaire will be housed there. Our MP André Bauler has asked the ministries in charge for clarification.
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What could be done with our Roman roads?
There are many remains of the Roman period in Luxembourg, including villas, tombs and roads. Already in ancient times, Luxembourg was located at the crossroads of several Gallo-Roman roads. It is in the context of these roadways that our deputy André Bauler put some questions to the Minister of Culture and the Minister of Tourism.
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Will the Moselle Valley become a UNESCO World Heritage Site?
The association "Weltkulturerbe Moselle Valley" is about to submit a candidacy for the inclusion of the Moselle valley as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The winegrowers from Germany are not enthusiastic, however, because the plan is that they will only be allowed to cultivate their terraced vineyards according to the traditional "Einzelpfahlerziehung". DP member Gusty Grass asked the minister responsible...
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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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No permission for a sculpture in Echternach?
On Whit Tuesday, a bronze sculpture will be inaugurated in front of the Basilica as a tribute to the Dancing Procession. As the site is classified as a national monument, the Ministry of Culture must have authorised this sculpture. In this context, our MPs Carole Hartmann and André Bauler have submitted an urgent parliamentary question.
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A solution for the police museum?
The historic police collection was housed in the former Gendarmerie garage, a building worthy of protection in Verlorenkost, where construction work on the future government garage is expected to start in 2022. Therefore, a permanent or at least a temporary solution for the collection should be found by the end of this year. In this perspective, our MP André Bauler has submitted some questions to the...
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What are the CFL's plans for the historical locomotive 5519?
Locomotive 5519 is the last Luxembourgish steam locomotive still in operation. However, it will not be allowed to run on the Luxembourg rail network because it is not equipped with the ETCS safety system. Neither are its four "Wegmann" wagons allowed any longer on the rail network for safety reasons. DP member Gusty Graas asked therefore the ministers concerned what the plans are for the locomotive,...
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"Klibberen" as immaterial cultural heritage?
Ringing the rattle "Klibberen" is an old tradition in Luxembourg. The altar servers have launched an initiative to have this tradition included in the national list of intangible cultural heritage. Our MP André Bauler welcomes their initiative and asked the Minister of Culture whether she would be willing to support the altar servers in this process, or even to register the tradition of "Klibberen"...
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What happens to the movable cultural heritage of desacralized churches?
Recently, many churches in Luxembourg have been desacralized. According to the law of the "Kierchefong", the management fund for religious buildings and other property belonging to the Catholic religion, the fund can remain in possession of the furniture, even after the desacralisation. However, it seems that all the useless furniture, which the municipalities do not want, is sold at auction. In this...
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Our language
The Luxembourgish language is at the core of our identity and the guarantor of a successful integration. This is why the government wants to further promote our language and also promote scientific research.
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The ringing of bells
Bells are undeniably part of Luxembourg's cultural heritage. In France, there is even an initiative to protect the ringing of church bells as intangible cultural heritage. In this context, our deputy André Bauler has submitted some questions to the Minister of Culture. In his parliamentary question, he wants to know, among other details, whether the Minister intends to have church bell ringing protected...
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Are there any changes planned to the law on archiving?
It is only since 2018 that there is a real legal basis for the archiving of documents in Luxembourg. However, the limitation of the reporting period to 100 years has not changed so far. On this subject, our deputy André Bauler asks some questions to the minister in charge, in particular on the possible adaptation of these periods to those in force in Belgium.
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What will happen to the former National Archives building?
The premises of the former barracks are becoming vacant due to the move of the National Archives to Belval. Our Member of Parliament André Bauler has asked the responsible ministers whether there is already a new project for the building and when the work could start.
read more...
What plans for the Max Goergen house?
André Bauler, deputy of the DP, has learned that the house of the writer Max Goergen, which belongs to the State and is listed by Sites and monuments, is currently unoccupied. This is why he wanted to know from the responsible ministers what the plans were for the house and why nothing has happened so far.
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Kultur
Kulturpolitik: Geziilt Fërderung vun de Kënschtler a vun enger kultureller Participatioun fir all d’Leit Fir d'DP sinn d’Fërderung vun der kultureller Villfalt an d’Wäertschätzung vun de Lëtzebuerger Kulturschaffenden a vun hire Wierker en zentrale Pilier vun der Kulturpolitik. Fir dësem Usproch gerecht ze ginn, huet den DP-gefouerte Kulturministère säi Budget an dëser Legislaturperiod op knapp 1%...
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Protected cultural heritage in the PAG
The municipalities may and should register their cultural heritage worthy of protection in the general development plan. The Service of Sites and Monuments has submitted its proposals to all municipalities, but some municipalities ignore a large part of these recommendations. Now a ranking has been published, which the Minister of Home Affairs mentioned in a recent RTL interview. On this subject, our...
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Protecting Candlemas as intangible cultural heritage?
Ancient traditions and customs are increasingly neglected. They require protection as intangible cultural heritage. On Candlemas Day, our MP André Bauler asked some questions to the Minister of Culture.
read more...
How are the municipal coat of arms handled for fused communes?
Several communes that have merged in the past have given themselves a new municipal coat of arms after their fusion. Other communes rely on a municipal logo to showcase their identity. The heraldic commission of the Ministry of State supports the communes in this procedure. MP André Bauler asked the Ministry of State which communes have changed their coat of arms or logo over the past years and what...
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The organ of Notre-Dame de Luxembourg Cathedral
The organ of Notre-Dame de Luxembourg Cathedral was dismantled last year to be restored and modernised. In his parliamentary question, MP André Bauler asks in particular about the financing of this work.
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New place for the National Gallery?
The National Gallery is not to move into the old National Library building as planned, but instead to Dudelange in the new "Neischmelz" district. In this context, DP MP André Bauler asked the Minister of Culture a few questions.
read more...
Restoration of the Erpeldange castle?
DP MP André Bauler has heard that the state-owned castle of Erpeldange has been classified as a national monument and will soon be restored. In this context, he requested further information from the relevant ministers.
read more...
What will be the future of the former buildings of the "Athénée de Luxembourg"?
Following the relocation of the National Library to Kirchberg, the former buildings of the "Athénée de Luxembourg" are empty. Initially, it was planned to open a national gallery there, but in the meantime, it seems to be a known fact that some offices of the Cité judiciaire will be housed there. Our MP André Bauler has asked the ministries in charge for clarification.
read more...
What could be done with our Roman roads?
There are many remains of the Roman period in Luxembourg, including villas, tombs and roads. Already in ancient times, Luxembourg was located at the crossroads of several Gallo-Roman roads. It is in the context of these roadways that our deputy André Bauler put some questions to the Minister of Culture and the Minister of Tourism.
read more...
Will the Moselle Valley become a UNESCO World Heritage Site?
The association "Weltkulturerbe Moselle Valley" is about to submit a candidacy for the inclusion of the Moselle valley as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The winegrowers from Germany are not enthusiastic, however, because the plan is that they will only be allowed to cultivate their terraced vineyards according to the traditional "Einzelpfahlerziehung". DP member Gusty Grass asked the minister responsible...
read more...
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.
read more...
No permission for a sculpture in Echternach?
On Whit Tuesday, a bronze sculpture will be inaugurated in front of the Basilica as a tribute to the Dancing Procession. As the site is classified as a national monument, the Ministry of Culture must have authorised this sculpture. In this context, our MPs Carole Hartmann and André Bauler have submitted an urgent parliamentary question.
read more...
A solution for the police museum?
The historic police collection was housed in the former Gendarmerie garage, a building worthy of protection in Verlorenkost, where construction work on the future government garage is expected to start in 2022. Therefore, a permanent or at least a temporary solution for the collection should be found by the end of this year. In this perspective, our MP André Bauler has submitted some questions to the...
read more...
What are the CFL's plans for the historical locomotive 5519?
Locomotive 5519 is the last Luxembourgish steam locomotive still in operation. However, it will not be allowed to run on the Luxembourg rail network because it is not equipped with the ETCS safety system. Neither are its four "Wegmann" wagons allowed any longer on the rail network for safety reasons. DP member Gusty Graas asked therefore the ministers concerned what the plans are for the locomotive,...
read more...
"Klibberen" as immaterial cultural heritage?
Ringing the rattle "Klibberen" is an old tradition in Luxembourg. The altar servers have launched an initiative to have this tradition included in the national list of intangible cultural heritage. Our MP André Bauler welcomes their initiative and asked the Minister of Culture whether she would be willing to support the altar servers in this process, or even to register the tradition of "Klibberen"...
read more...
What happens to the movable cultural heritage of desacralized churches?
Recently, many churches in Luxembourg have been desacralized. According to the law of the "Kierchefong", the management fund for religious buildings and other property belonging to the Catholic religion, the fund can remain in possession of the furniture, even after the desacralisation. However, it seems that all the useless furniture, which the municipalities do not want, is sold at auction. In this...
read more...
Our language
The Luxembourgish language is at the core of our identity and the guarantor of a successful integration. This is why the government wants to further promote our language and also promote scientific research.
read more...
The ringing of bells
Bells are undeniably part of Luxembourg's cultural heritage. In France, there is even an initiative to protect the ringing of church bells as intangible cultural heritage. In this context, our deputy André Bauler has submitted some questions to the Minister of Culture. In his parliamentary question, he wants to know, among other details, whether the Minister intends to have church bell ringing protected...
read more...
Are there any changes planned to the law on archiving?
It is only since 2018 that there is a real legal basis for the archiving of documents in Luxembourg. However, the limitation of the reporting period to 100 years has not changed so far. On this subject, our deputy André Bauler asks some questions to the minister in charge, in particular on the possible adaptation of these periods to those in force in Belgium.
read more...
What will happen to the former National Archives building?
The premises of the former barracks are becoming vacant due to the move of the National Archives to Belval. Our Member of Parliament André Bauler has asked the responsible ministers whether there is already a new project for the building and when the work could start.
read more...
What plans for the Max Goergen house?
André Bauler, deputy of the DP, has learned that the house of the writer Max Goergen, which belongs to the State and is listed by Sites and monuments, is currently unoccupied. This is why he wanted to know from the responsible ministers what the plans were for the house and why nothing has happened so far.
read more...
Kultur
Kulturpolitik: Geziilt Fërderung vun de Kënschtler a vun enger kultureller Participatioun fir all d’Leit Fir d'DP sinn d’Fërderung vun der kultureller Villfalt an d’Wäertschätzung vun de Lëtzebuerger Kulturschaffenden a vun hire Wierker en zentrale Pilier vun der Kulturpolitik. Fir dësem Usproch gerecht ze ginn, huet den DP-gefouerte Kulturministère säi Budget an dëser Legislaturperiod op knapp 1%...
read more...
Protected cultural heritage in the PAG
The municipalities may and should register their cultural heritage worthy of protection in the general development plan. The Service of Sites and Monuments has submitted its proposals to all municipalities, but some municipalities ignore a large part of these recommendations. Now a ranking has been published, which the Minister of Home Affairs mentioned in a recent RTL interview. On this subject, our...
read more...
Protecting Candlemas as intangible cultural heritage?
Ancient traditions and customs are increasingly neglected. They require protection as intangible cultural heritage. On Candlemas Day, our MP André Bauler asked some questions to the Minister of Culture.
read more...
How are the municipal coat of arms handled for fused communes?
Several communes that have merged in the past have given themselves a new municipal coat of arms after their fusion. Other communes rely on a municipal logo to showcase their identity. The heraldic commission of the Ministry of State supports the communes in this procedure. MP André Bauler asked the Ministry of State which communes have changed their coat of arms or logo over the past years and what...
read more...
The organ of Notre-Dame de Luxembourg Cathedral
The organ of Notre-Dame de Luxembourg Cathedral was dismantled last year to be restored and modernised. In his parliamentary question, MP André Bauler asks in particular about the financing of this work.
read more...
New place for the National Gallery?
The National Gallery is not to move into the old National Library building as planned, but instead to Dudelange in the new "Neischmelz" district. In this context, DP MP André Bauler asked the Minister of Culture a few questions.
read more...
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