On Tuesday 18 July, CSV parliamentary leader Claude Wiseler repeated that his party was open to talks with every party except the ADR.
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CSV open to talks except with the ADR
The biggest opposition party CSV criticised the current coalition of DP, LSAP and Déi Gréng for wanting to continue governing if they won a parliamentary majority in 2018.
“We’re not afraid to face the three parties in the 2018 parliamentary elections, but we criticise their approach,” Claude Wiseler, leader of the opposition, said during the review of their parliamentary activities on Tuesday 18 July.
DP prime minister Xavier Bettel recently said he would renounce the post if certain policies could be agreed on in a coalition, while his deputy prime minister, Étienne Schneider of the LSAP, has confirmed he would want the prime ministerial post if his party won the 2018 elections.