On 26 April, ALDE Party member Demokratesch Partei (DP) in Luxembourg held a digital congress with a focus on themes such as digitalisation, teleworking and recovery from the COVID-19 crisis, among others.
Party leader Corinne Cahen and Prime Minister Xavier Bettel both delivered speeches at the Congress, taking stock of the measures during this past year but also looking for future and what can be learned from this crisis.
In her speech, Cahen underlined the importance of preparation: “We need to also prepare in parallel for what comes after the crisis.”
"We do not want to stand still, as the world around us is not standing still either," she said. She also highlighted the impact the pandemic has had on the future of work and the global economy.
"I am proud of the work of the DP, we have managed to stand together in solidarity," Prime Minister Bettel concluded in his intervention.
Watch the event streaming in full here (in Luxembourgish)
🗨️ 'Zesumme mat eisem Premier @Xavier_Bettel, begleet d’@dp_lu Lëtzebuerg an d‘Zukunft... Mir wëllen net stoe bleiwen. Well d'Welt ronderëm eis bleift och net stoen.' - Parteipresidentin @CorinneCahen— Demokratesch Partei (@dp_lu) April 26, 2021
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