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DP national congress: taking responsibility in times of crisis
For the second time since the start of the Corona Pandemic, the Democratic Party launched its national congress in digital form on Monday, April 26th. This year again, it was a great success: more than 600 members attended and participated in the congress.
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For the country and its people, during and after the Corona Crisis
In the Tribune Libre on radio this week, our Secretary General Claude Lamberty spoke about the light at the end of the Corona Tunnel and the political future of the country after the crisis.
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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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A strong DP-Team for the Forge du Sud
Improving the quality of life for all the inhabitants of Dudelange - that is the aim of DP Dudelange. The still young section presents 5 of their priorities here.
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Spotlight: Eric Thill
The first ‘Spotlight’ of the DP Magazine features the youngest mayor of the country, Eric Thill.  The 26-year old economist is not only in charge of local matters in his home commune ‘Schieren’, he is also the youngest district president in the history of the Democratic Party. We caught up with Eric to chat about his commune, the northern district and his political priorities. DP: Eric, despite...
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DP Digital Congress
On the 15th of June, the DP held the first digital political congress in Luxembourg. #INNOVATIVE There were continuously over 600 members following us via ‘Zoom’, the Facebook live streams, on Youtube and via our party’s website dp.lu. #INTERACTIVE 76 questions were raised to our ministers during the Live Q&A, 12 party members spoke live. #DEMOCRATIC 131 candidates participated in the elections...
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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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Free public transport: A DP idea becomes reality
As the first country in the world, Luxembourg made the decision to make all public transport free of charge. Since march 1rst, taking the train, the bus or the tramway is free of cost. This idea comes originally from the DP’s 2018 electoral programme. We ensured that this idea made its way into the coalition agreement and is now being implemented. Public transport as a real alternative to the car Of...
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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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Spotlight: Barbara Agostino
“Politics is important to me because I want to get involved. Above all, I want to help young people find their own way in life”, says Barbara Agostino. As a trained educator and teacher, high-quality childcare and a good education for the children are particularly important to the director of 14 childcare facilities. The first captain of the Luxembourg women’s soccer national team is still passionate...
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DP national congress: taking responsibility in times of crisis
For the second time since the start of the Corona Pandemic, the Democratic Party launched its national congress in digital form on Monday, April 26th. This year again, it was a great success: more than 600 members attended and participated in the congress.
read more...
For the country and its people, during and after the Corona Crisis
In the Tribune Libre on radio this week, our Secretary General Claude Lamberty spoke about the light at the end of the Corona Tunnel and the political future of the country after the crisis.
read more...
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.
read more...
A strong DP-Team for the Forge du Sud
Improving the quality of life for all the inhabitants of Dudelange - that is the aim of DP Dudelange. The still young section presents 5 of their priorities here.
read more...
Spotlight: Eric Thill
The first ‘Spotlight’ of the DP Magazine features the youngest mayor of the country, Eric Thill.  The 26-year old economist is not only in charge of local matters in his home commune ‘Schieren’, he is also the youngest district president in the history of the Democratic Party. We caught up with Eric to chat about his commune, the northern district and his political priorities. DP: Eric, despite...
read more...
DP Digital Congress
On the 15th of June, the DP held the first digital political congress in Luxembourg. #INNOVATIVE There were continuously over 600 members following us via ‘Zoom’, the Facebook live streams, on Youtube and via our party’s website dp.lu. #INTERACTIVE 76 questions were raised to our ministers during the Live Q&A, 12 party members spoke live. #DEMOCRATIC 131 candidates participated in the elections...
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...
Free public transport: A DP idea becomes reality
As the first country in the world, Luxembourg made the decision to make all public transport free of charge. Since march 1rst, taking the train, the bus or the tramway is free of cost. This idea comes originally from the DP’s 2018 electoral programme. We ensured that this idea made its way into the coalition agreement and is now being implemented. Public transport as a real alternative to the car Of...
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).
read more...
Spotlight: Barbara Agostino
“Politics is important to me because I want to get involved. Above all, I want to help young people find their own way in life”, says Barbara Agostino. As a trained educator and teacher, high-quality childcare and a good education for the children are particularly important to the director of 14 childcare facilities. The first captain of the Luxembourg women’s soccer national team is still passionate...
read more...
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