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Bettel's chief of staff Konsbruck leaves after 7 years

Bettel's chief of staff Konsbruck leaves after 7 years

by Yannick LAMBERT 21.05.2021 From our online archive
The current Democratic Party parliamentary group secretary Jeff Feller, a trained lawyer and political scientist, is set to succeed him
Photo credit: LW

Paul Konsbruck, one of Prime Minister Xavier Bettel's closest advisors, is set to leave the State Ministry in September after a stint of seven years first in communications and then as chief of staff.

Konsbruck is set to become director of the ITC company LuxConnect, which operates data centres, and is active in the fibre optic business. Its largest project at the moment is the construction of the Luxembourg supercomputer Meluxina, which is being built in the LuxConnect data centre in Bissen. 

Konsbruck, a former journalist, first joined the State Ministry as communications advisor in 2014, shortly after Bettel was elected, before moving up to become chief of staff. Jeff Feller, group secretary of the Democratic Party parliamentary faction is set to succeed Paul Konsbruck as chief of staff from September. Feller is a trained lawyer and political scientist.

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