Luxembourg minister of justice Félix Braz (Esch-sur-Alzette), pictured, is head of the Déi Gréng list
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The electoral commission of Luxembourg’s green party, (Déi Gréng) has submitted its proposal for a list of candidates for Luxembourg’s southern constituency in the October 2018 elections.
Head of the list is Félix Braz (Esch-sur-Alzette), Luxembourg minister of justice, and Josée Lorsché, Bettembourg deputy mayor.
The full list of candidates is as follows as follows:
Semiray Ahmedova (Dudelange) architect; Joël Back (Pétange) history student; Romain Becker (Pétange) communal councillor; Nadine Brix (Roeser) Professor, architect and communal councillor; Alain Cornély (Sanem), bank employee and communal councillor; Emanuel Decker (Mamer) history student; Doris De Paoli (Dudelange) entrepreneur; Fabienne Erpelding (Sanem) nurse; Serge Faber (Sanem) civil servant and green party treasurer; Marc Hansen (Käerjeng) pharmacist and communal councillor; Albert Kalmes (Schifflange) industrial engineer and alderman; Martin Kox (Esch-sur-Alzette) surgeon and deputy mayor; Georges Leisch (Differdange) professor of engineering and alderman; Petry Viviane Petry (Kayl-Tétange) qualified educator and alderman; Krys Pleimelding (Schifflange) cultural manager; Laura Pregno (Differdange) geography teacher and alderman; Mandy Ragni (Esch-sur-Alzette) qualified educator and alderman; Amra Sabotic (Esch-sur-Alzette) socio-educative employee; Adèle Schaaf-Haas (Mamer) architect and communal councillor; Josée-Anne Siebenaler-Thill (Käerjeng) teacher and alderman; Roberto Traversini (Differdange), deputy mayor.