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The Democratic Party (DP), the Luxembourg Socialist Workers' Party (LSAP), and the Green Party (déi gréng) had five years to implement the promises made in their coalition agreement. At the end of this legislature, and a few days before the next elections, the question arises: which promises have been kept and which have been forgotten?
On 8 October 2023, Luxembourg nationals will vote to form a new Chamber of Deputies in the legislative elections, which will lead to the formation of a new government.
The last legislative term was marked by unprecedented challenges, including the global Covid-19 pandemic and Russia's invasion of Ukraine. To evaluate the accomplishments of the Bettel-Lenert-Bausch government, our colleagues from RTL Infos have examined the 2018 coalition agreement and its outcomes.
Note that some of the government's recent actions — related to healthcare, energy, and soaring prices — were not part of the original agreement.
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