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The parliamentary commission of institutional affairs met on Wednesday to discuss the Waringo report for the second time.
Prime Minister Xavier Bettel and Pirate Party MP Sven Clement already praised the report's increased transparency, with the Court of Auditors and Chamber soon to have more insight into the Grand Ducal Palace's functioning.
The infamous Waringo report, which was published in January, stated that the monarchy's functioning must be reformed, especially in terms of staff management at the Palace. The report confirmed 51 of a total staff of 110 resigned or were dismissed in the period of time between 2014 and 2019.
All parties agreed that a modern, reformed monarchy is paramount, with Bettel stating: "Now we have a monarchy that moves out of the 19th century and into the 21st century."
According to CSV MP Léon Gloden, however, the text does not yet cover anything concerning the Grand-Duchess.
Previously, an article alleged that no one dares to confront the Grand Duchess - from staff and the Court marshal to the Grand Duke himself. In other words, it claimed the Grand Duchess does what she wants.
The text will supposedly be implemented in the coming weeks, along with more information on the repercussions on the national budget by such reforms.