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List of political parties in Luxembourg

This article lists political parties in Luxembourg.

Luxembourg has a multi-party system with three strong political parties; two other moderately successful parties have emerged recently. No single party has a chance of gaining power alone, and parties must work with each other to form coalition governments.

Current partiesEdit

The number given for local councillors is the total of councillors elected to communal councils that employ proportional representation. In majoritarian communes, parties do not usually run in the same manner, making comparisons difficult.[1]

Parliamentary partiesEdit

Name Ideology Chamber Euro Local
Alternative Democratic Reform Party
Alternativ Demokratesch Reformpartei
Parti réformiste d'alternative démocratique
Alternative Demokratische Reformpartei
ADR Conservatism, National conservatism 4 0 4
Christian Social People's Party
Chrëschtlech Sozial Vollekspartei
Parti populaire chrétien social
Christlich Soziale Volkspartei
CSV Christian democracy 21 3 209
Democratic Party
Demokratesch Partei
Parti démocratique
Demokratische Partei
DP Liberalism, Conservative liberalism 12 1 108
The Greens
Déi Gréng
Les verts
Die Grünen
Green politics 9 1 77
The Left[2]
Déi Lénk
La gauche
Die Linke
Democratic socialism 2 0 8
Luxembourg Socialist Workers' Party
Lëtzebuerger Sozialistesch Arbechterpartei
Parti ouvrier socialiste luxembourgeois
Luxemburger Sozialistische Arbeiterpartei
LSAP Social democracy 10 1 155
Pirate Party Luxembourg
Piratepartei Lëtzebuerg
Parti pirate du Luxembourg
Piratenpartei Luxemburg
Pirate politics 2 0 3

Non-parliamentary partiesEdit

Name Ideology Chamber Euro Local
Communist Party of Luxembourg
Kommunistesch Partei Lëtzebuerg
Parti communiste luxembourgeois
Kommunistische Partei Luxemburg
KPL Communism
Hard Euroscepticism
0 0 2
Citizens' List
Liste des citoyens
Bürger Liste
Right-wing populism,
0 0 1

Defunct partiesEdit

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ "Vice sociale" (PDF). Annuaire statistique du Luxembourg. Statec. 2007. Archived from the original (PDF) on June 11, 2007. Retrieved 2008-02-25. Cite uses deprecated parameter |deadurl= (help)
  2. ^ Technically not a party, but an electoral alliance