Conference - News

Wednesday 16.09.2020

Delano Live Chat: The state of Luxembourg politics

 Maison Moderne

Maison Moderne

As parliament gears up to reconvene after the summer break, what are the legislative priorities and how are the different parties and their leading lights faring?

Journalist, editor and writer Simon Gray will join Delano editor-in-chief Duncan Roberts to talk about the current state of Luxembourg politics. They will provide context for the major issues facing the government, take a look at how effectively the opposition parties are challenging the coalition, and discuss the merits, or otherwise, of the personalities who are currently steering the political discourse.

Born in New Zealand and a graduate of Selwyn College, Cambridge, Simon Gray began his career in the grand duchy in the 1980s as editor of the then Luxembourg News Digest. He has subsequently been an editor for an international news features agency, editor for a decade of Luxembourg Business magazine, managed international financial print publications and online media in London, and is now head of editorial for Luxembourg-based curated news and content provider VitalBriefing. A specialist in international business and financial issues, Simon has worked regularly for news organisations including the Financial Times, and lives in Castries in southern France.





This event is organised by the Paperjam Club. Delano readers can sign up for free by selecting “Voucher découverte non membre” on the registration form.