2004 in Luxembourg
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|Years in Luxembourg:||2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007|
|Centuries:||20th century · 21st century · 22nd century|
|Decades:||1970s 1980s 1990s 2000s 2010s 2020s 2030s|
|Years:||2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007|
|Prime Minister||Jean-Claude Juncker|
|Deputy Prime Minister
||Lydie Polfer (until 31 July) |
Jean Asselborn (from 31 July)
|President of the Chamber of Deputies
||Jean Spautz (until 13 July) |
Jean Asselborn (13 July – 30 July)
Lucien Weiler (from 30 July)
|President of the Council of State||Pierre Mores|
|Mayor of Luxembourg City||Paul Helminger|
January – March
- 5 February – SES Americom launches its AMC-10 satellite.
April – June
- 27 April – Jean-Claude Juncker delivers his tenth State of the Nation address.
- 16 May – The 2003-04 season of the National Division finishes, with Jeunesse Esch winning the title.
- 19 May – SES Americom launches its AMC-11 satellite.
- 22 May – F91 Dudelange win the Luxembourg Cup, beating FC Etzella Ettelbruck 3-1 after extra time in the final.
- 30 May – Maxime Monfort wins the 2004 Tour de Luxembourg, with Quick Step-Davitamon picking up the team title.
- 13 June – Legislative and European elections are held. The CSV add five seats in the Chamber, mostly at the expense of the DP, and one in the European Parliament from the LSAP.
July – September
- 19 July – Ministers and ministerial briefs are reorganised in an attempt to hold together the coalition between the CSV and the DP.
- 21 July – Luxembourgish Wikipedia is launched.
- 31 July – Jean-Claude Juncker forms a new government, with Jean Asselborn as his deputy.
- 7 August – The 2004-05 season of the National Division kicks off.
- 27 September – Jorge Sampaio, President of Portugal, pays a state visit.
October – December
- 15 October – SES Americom launches its AMC-15 satellite.
- 15 October - Romain Nati is appointed to the Council of State, replacing Nicolas Schmit, who resigned in July.
- 19 November – The constitution is amended.
- 24 November – The wife and four children of Prince Jean are granted the titles of 'Prince(ss) of Nassau', replacing their titles of 'Count(ess)'.
- 30 November – The Luxembourg investigation into the Clearstream Affair is dropped under the statute of limitations.
- 17 December – SES Americom launches its AMC-16 satellite.
- 20 December – Guy Hellers replaces Allan Simonsen as coach of the Luxembourg national football team.
- 26 December – A woman and her daughter were confirmed dead following the Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunami. Approximately 400 Luxembourgers were in the affected in the Asian region according to the government.
- 13 July – Prince Jean of Nassau
- 6 January – Nicolas Mosar, politician
- 19 February – Josy Mersch, cyclist
- 24 June – Marc Zanussi, politician
- 1 July – Paul Beghin, politician and jurist
- 22 September – Nico Weber, linguist
- 21 October – Jean Dondelinger, diplomat and politician
- 1 November – Aly Bintz, actor and singer
- 21 December – Prince Lennart, Duke of Småland