List of members of the Chamber of Deputies of Luxembourg 2009–13

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The government in the chamber at the start of the legislature in 2009

This is a list of members of the Chamber of Deputies of Luxembourg during the 2009–2013 legislature. The Chamber of Deputies is Luxembourg's national legislature, and consists of sixty deputies. They are elected once every five years. The members that served in the 2009–2013 legislature were elected in 2009.

The government during this legislature was the Juncker–Asselborn II Government, a coalition of CSV and LSAP.

Name Party Conscription Home town Brief (if applicable)
Claude Adam Greens Centre Mersch
Sylvie Andrich-Duval[1] CSV Sud Dudelange
Diane Adehm[2] CSV Centre Luxembourg City
Marc Angel[3] LSAP Centre Luxembourg City
André Bauler DP Nord Ettelbruck
François Bausch Greens Centre Luxembourg City Leader of the Greens group
Eugène Berger DP Sud Peppange
Xavier Bettel DP Centre Luxembourg City Leader of the DP group
Fernand Boden CSV Est Echternach
Alex Bodry LSAP Sud Dudelange
Anne Brasseur DP Centre Luxembourg City
Félix Braz Greens Sud Esch-sur-Alzette
Lucien Clement[4] CSV Est Remich
Jean Colombera ADR Nord Vichten
Claudia Dall'Agnol LSAP Sud Dudelange
Fernand Diederich[5] LSAP Centre Colmar-Berg
Christine Doerner CSV Sud Bettembourg
Emile Eicher[6] CSV Nord Marnach
Félix Eischen CSV Sud Kehlen
Lydie Err LSAP Sud Bereldange
Fernand Etgen DP Nord Oberfeulen
Ben Fayot LSAP Centre Luxembourg City
Marie-Josée Frank CSV Est Olingen
Gaston Gibéryen ADR Sud Frisange Leader of the ADR 'sensibility'
Camille Gira Greens Nord Beckerich
Léon Gloden[7] CSV Est Grevenmacher
Claude Haagen[8] LSAP Nord Diekirch
Norbert Haupert[9] CSV Sud Mondercange
Paul Helminger DP Centre Luxembourg City
Jacques-Yves Henckes ADR Centre Luxembourg City
André Hoffmann The Left Sud Esch-sur-Alzette Leader of the Left 'sensibility'
Ali Kaes CSV Nord Brandenbourg
Fernand Kartheiser[10] ADR Sud Sprinkange
Nancy Kemp-Arendt CSV Sud Mondercange
Jean-Pierre Klein LSAP Centre Heisdorf
Henri Kox Greens Est Remich
Marc Lies[11] CSV Centre Hesperange
Josée Lorsché[12] Greens Sud Noertzange
Viviane Loschetter Greens Centre Luxembourg City
Lucien Lux LSAP Sud Bettembourg Leader of the LSAP group
Claude Meisch DP Sud Differdange
Paul-Henri Meyers CSV Centre Luxembourg City
Laurent Mosar CSV Centre Luxembourg City President of the Chamber
Lydia Mutsch LSAP Sud Esch-sur-Alzette Vice-President of the Chamber
Roger Negri[13] LSAP Sud Mamer
Marcel Oberweis CSV Centre Steinsel
Lydie Polfer DP Centre Luxembourg City Vice-President of the Chamber
Gilles Roth CSV Sud Mamer
Jean-Paul Schaaf[14] CSV Nord Ettelbruck
Ben Scheuer[15] LSAP Est Luxembourg City
Tessy Scholtes[16] CSV Centre Heisdorf
Marc Spautz CSV Sud Schifflange
Vera Spautz[17] LSAP Sud Esch-sur-Alzette
Martine Stein-Mergen CSV Centre Luxembourg City
Lucien Thiel CSV Centre Luxembourg City
Carlo Wagner DP Est Wormeldange
Robert Weber[18] CSV Sud Peppange
Lucien Weiler CSV Nord Diekirch
Raymond Weydert[19] CSV Centre Niederanven
Michel Wolter CSV Sud Bascharage Vice-President of the Chamber

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ Andrich-Duval took her seat on 28 July 2009.
  2. ^ Adehm replaced Jean-Louis Schiltz on 8 March 2011.
  3. ^ Angel took his seat on 28 July 2009.
  4. ^ Clement took his seat on 28 July 2009.
  5. ^ Diederich took his seat on 28 July 2009.
  6. ^ Eicher took his seat on 28 July 2009.
  7. ^ Gloden took his seat on 28 July 2009.
  8. ^ Haagen took his seat on 28 July 2009.
  9. ^ Haupert took his seat on 28 July 2009.
  10. ^ Kartheiser replaced Tania Gibéryen, who was elected in 2009, but resigned her seat before the Chamber was sworn in.
  11. ^ Lies took his seat on 28 July 2009.
  12. ^ Lorsché replaced Jean Huss on 6 July 2011.
  13. ^ Negri took his seat on 28 July 2009.
  14. ^ Schaaf took his seat on 28 July 2009.
  15. ^ Scheuer took his seat on 28 July 2009.
  16. ^ Scholtes replaced Mill Majerus on 3 May 2011.
  17. ^ Spautz took her seat on 28 July 2009.
  18. ^ Weber took his seat on 28 July 2009.
  19. ^ Weydert took his seat on 28 July 2009.

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