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Lex Krieps - Equity of opportunity and archievement
Lex Krieps was born in Guildford, England in 1946. Why in England? Because his mother - a native of Ireland - felt comfortable giving birth to her three children there. Even though a year earlier she had gone to live with her husband - the Resistance member, officer and later minister Emile Krieps - to Luxembourg. That is why Lex’s passport says AlexandER and not AlexandRE.
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Civil servant, syndicalist and a politician by conviction
Jos. Schaack’s vest matches the color of the sky - light blue: we have reached the end of April, the sun is shining, and Luxembourg is hoping for a spring like last year, when the country was in strict confinement.
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"OFTEN AT THE RIGHT MOMENT IN THE RIGHT PLACE"
On thé dansant and may '68, the swearing-in with Werner and Santer as one of the few women at "Knuedler", and the council of Europe and its report on the Fifa: retrospect on a long and eventful career in politics.
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Colette Flesch - No political regrets
Colette Flesch is the grande dame of the Democratic Party. During her career, she was, among others, Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Foreign Affairs and the Economy, Mayor of Luxembourg City, MP and MEP. Colette Flesch has represented Luxembourg three times as a fencer at the Olympic Games.
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Jean Hamilius - An upright chestnut tree on the ‘Eecherfeld’
Jean Hamilius is one of two members still alive of the government Thorn-Vouel (DP-LSAP/1974-1979). In his life, Jean Hamilius was a minister, MP, city councilor, MEP and a successful banker and athlete. Jean Hamilius was, among other things, President and founding member of Crédit Européen (now ING Bank).
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Lex Krieps - Equity of opportunity and archievement
Lex Krieps was born in Guildford, England in 1946. Why in England? Because his mother - a native of Ireland - felt comfortable giving birth to her three children there. Even though a year earlier she had gone to live with her husband - the Resistance member, officer and later minister Emile Krieps - to Luxembourg. That is why Lex’s passport says AlexandER and not AlexandRE.
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Civil servant, syndicalist and a politician by conviction
Jos. Schaack’s vest matches the color of the sky - light blue: we have reached the end of April, the sun is shining, and Luxembourg is hoping for a spring like last year, when the country was in strict confinement.
read more...
"OFTEN AT THE RIGHT MOMENT IN THE RIGHT PLACE"
On thé dansant and may '68, the swearing-in with Werner and Santer as one of the few women at "Knuedler", and the council of Europe and its report on the Fifa: retrospect on a long and eventful career in politics.
read more...
Colette Flesch - No political regrets
Colette Flesch is the grande dame of the Democratic Party. During her career, she was, among others, Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Foreign Affairs and the Economy, Mayor of Luxembourg City, MP and MEP. Colette Flesch has represented Luxembourg three times as a fencer at the Olympic Games.
read more...
Jean Hamilius - An upright chestnut tree on the ‘Eecherfeld’
Jean Hamilius is one of two members still alive of the government Thorn-Vouel (DP-LSAP/1974-1979). In his life, Jean Hamilius was a minister, MP, city councilor, MEP and a successful banker and athlete. Jean Hamilius was, among other things, President and founding member of Crédit Européen (now ING Bank).
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