Workshop the blue corner

A party does not only live from the exchange with citizens, but also from the discussion within its own ranks. That is why the DP South district executive invited its sections to the Centre Culturel in Eischen, where Jean-Paul Lickes and Isabelle Kolber moderated a workshop on the upcoming local elections.

The topics discussed by two working groups and then summarised by rapporteurs Kevin Schoos and Bernhard Dedenbach revolved around the issue of recruiting new members and potential candidates; as well as on the political orientation of the party. After the workshop, the Äischdall section provided homemade chilli con – and sin – carne and good beer to round off an interesting evening.

Due to the positive feedback from the members, the district executive is planning further workshops in other sections in the future.

Max Hahn

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