Luxembourg’s green party, Déi Gréng, has announced its list of candidates in the northern and eastern constituencies for the October 2018 elections.
The northern list is headed by Camille Gira (Beckerich), secretary of state for sustainable development and Françoise Folmer (Pintsch/Kiischpelt) communal councillor and president of the green party.
The remaining candidates are: Gérard Anzia (Useldange) member of parliament; Betsy Aschman (Mecher/Clervaux); Giny Deltgen (Diekirch) private employee; Tanja Duprez (Wilwerdange/Troisvierges) political science student and member of the young greens committee; Stéphanie Empian (Erpeldange/Wiltz) independent; Fränk Thillen (Diekirch) physics teacher and councillor; Dan Wilmes (Feulen), baker and alderman.
In the east
The eastern list is headed by Carole Dieschbourg, minister for the environment, along with Henri Kox, member of parliament.
The remaining candidates are: Gary Chantal (Grevenmacher), geographer; Fernande Klares-Goergen (Betzdorf), educator and town councillor; Christian Kmiotek (Junglinster) graduate educator, LTPES Mersch lecturer, town councillor and president of the Déi Gréng party; Steve Schleck (Mondorf les Bains) civil servant and alderman; Meris Sehovic (Manternach), office manager of member of parliament Claude Turmes and spokesperson for the young greens.