Why is the Holy Ghost parking still closed to the public?

DP MPs Carole Hartmann and Claude Lamberty have heard that still no tender has been made to find an operator of the Holy Ghost parking. That is why they asked the relevant minister if this is true and what the reasons are for this.

„D’Renovatiounsaarbechten um Helleg-Geescht-Parking an der Stad sinn zënter enger Rei Méint ofgeschloss. Allerdengs ass de Parking zënterhir net wéi virgesinn fir d’Ëffentlechkeet owes a wärend dem Weekend opgaang.

Et ass eis zu Ouere komm, dass de Grond heifir dee wier, dass bis elo nach ëmmer keng Ausschreiwung fir en Exploitant vum Parking ze fannen gemaach ginn ass.

An deem Kader wollte mir dem Här Minister fir Mobilitéit an ëffentlech Aarbechten folgend Froe stellen:

  • Huet d’Administration des bâtiments publics schonn eng Ausschreiwung fir d’Exploitatioun vum Helleg-Geescht-Parking gemaach?
  • Wa jo, wéini ass dës Ausschreiwung verëffentlecht ginn? Goufen et scho Soumissiounen? Bis wéini ass geplangt, en Exploitant ze designéieren?
  • Wann net, wat sinn d’Grënn heifir?
  • Wéi steet den Här Minister dozou, de Parking op mannst fir d’Mataarbechter aus der Cité judiciaire, fir Leit, déi e Rendez-vous um Geriicht hunn, grad ewéi fir hir Affekoten a Begleeder opzemaachen?“

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