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Meet the foreigners running Luxembourg's local politics

Meet the foreigners running Luxembourg's local politics

Meet the foreigners running Luxembourg's local politics
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Meet the foreigners running Luxembourg's local politics


by Yannick LAMBERT/ 18.08.2022

Candida Esteves, councillor in Mondorf-les-BainsMarc Wilwert / Luxemburger Wort
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Does Luxembourg seem narrow-minded? Five foreigners decided to do something about it - all are now on local councils, including one mayor

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