Several new legal and regulatory provisions applying directly to citizens will enter into force in 2019. Here is an overview of the main changes that will directly impact citizens. This list is not exhaustive.
Luxembourg has taken note of the decision of the European Commission dated 8 November 2018 to refer Luxembourg to the Court of Justice for not completely implementing the 4th anti-money laundering directive (2015/849) into national law.
In line with the governments new internet portal, launched and presented in February 2018, animated videos have been produced to put into evidence, through audiovisual elements, certain aspects of the Luxembourgish political system.
The National Day of Remembrance is dedicated to the memory of the efforts made by the people of Luxembourg during the Occupation from 1940 to 1945. Several ceremonies were held in Luxembourg on October 7, 2018 to mark the occasion.
For the public celebration of the birthday of H.R.H. the Grand Duke, members of the Grand Duke's family and the government will attend the festivities organised in Esch-sur-Alzette, Larochette and Luxembourg City on 22 and 23 June 2018.
The www.gouvernement.lu portal unveils a new design, available in four language versions: French, German, English and Luxembourgish.
Several new legal and regulatory provisions applying directly to citizens will enter into force in 2018. Below is an overview of the main changes that will have a direct impact on ordinary citizens. The list is not exhaustive. Housing aid