“For the first time in 30 years, Luxembourg may be governed by a coalition without the Christian socialists,” writes Tageblatt.
The socialists (LSAP), the liberals (DP) and the Greens (Greng) want to form a government without the Christian socialist CSV, which won Luxembourg’s general election on October 20 and is the party of current Prime Minister Jean-Claude Juncker, who has been in power for 18 years.
The three parties —
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… agreed [on October 21] to commence negotiations on a possible coalition. Together, they will have a majority, with 32 seats [from a total of 60] in parliament.
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