ADR – Fred Keup
As a political party that includes the notion of democracy in its name, would you say that democracy is at risk in Luxembourg today?
Our party sees democracy clearly threatened by the political aspirations and actions of the government and the other parties represented in the Chamber of Deputies. We are in favour od direct democracy. We are not afraid of our citizens’ opinions and generally want to encourage them to express their opinions.
In this sense, we would like to emphasize that we are committed without compromise to the right to freedom of expression, which is currently being increasingly restricted. Responsible citizens do not need educational dictates from politics.
ADR has recently tabled its own draft for constitutional reforms. In our opinion, the new constitution, that enterd into force on July 1st, is an ideological and politicized text that falls far behind the legitimate expectations of our citizens. The ADR constitution would strengthen the rights of the citizens and guarantee their fundamental rights to a much greater extent.
Déi Gréng – Sam Tanson
Why should people vote for déi gréng this Sunday?
Over the past ten years, thanks to déi gréng, significant progress has been made and important decisions have been taken to guarantee a sustainable future of our country.
On October 8th, we will face a choice: to continue this progressive path that favours climate protection, and which ensures a good living environment for our children, or, to stagnate and to regress to a policy agenda of the past.
Strengthening déi gréng is a guarantee for a fairer Luxembourg where it is good to live and where the future is secure. Because a vote for déi gréng is also a vote for:
- strong and determined climate protection
- a thriving environment
- a good quality of life for everyone
- equal opportunities for our children
- affordable housing
- efficient mobility
- a forward-looking and sustainable economy
- agriculture without pesticides
With your vote you make a choice! Choosing déi gréng means choosing the future.
Déi Konservativ – Joé Thein
It’s a pity, that there is no real and pragmatic debate about failed economics in relation to Luxembourg’s own left-wing coalition homework, the Russian-Ukrainian war, the record inflation, the expensive living standard, rising contributions and tax waste, the general social misery and all of its consequences in context. We have to change our focus in the general interest of Luxembourg, its people and welfare. Beside the national debt of Luxembourg, we have to question fundamentally the impact of the European Union and its dictates to our social and economic status.