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Mr Gusty GRAAS

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Parti démocratique

Chambre des Députés
LU - 1728 - Luxembourg

Working language: French

Declarations of interests:
2021 , 2020 , 2019 , 2018


In the political groups

  • Auditor: Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe since 25/01/2021
  • Member: Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe from 01/06/2018 to 25/01/2021

In the Assembly

  • since 01/06/2018 Representative - Luxembourg
  • from 20/09/1999 to 07/09/2004 Representative - Luxembourg

In the committee(s) and sub-committee(s)

  • Member: Committee on the Honouring of Obligations and Commitments by Member States of the Council of Europe (Monitoring Committee) (since 25/01/2021)
  • Vice-President of the Assembly: Bureau of the Assembly (since 27/01/2020)
  • Vice-President of the Assembly: Standing Committee (since 27/01/2020)
  • Chairperson of national delegation: Standing Committee (since 21/01/2019)
  • Full Member: Committee on Political Affairs and Democracy (since 25/06/2018)
  • Full Member: Sub-Committee on External Relations (since 24/01/2019)
  • Full Member: Sub-Committee on Human Rights (from 10/09/2018 to 20/01/2019)
  • Alternate of Mr Roberto TRAVERSINI (Full Member): Committee on Culture, Science, Education and Media (from 25/06/2018 to 21/01/2019)
  • Alternate of Mr Yves CRUCHTEN (Full Member): Committee on Legal Affairs and Human Rights (from 25/06/2018 to 20/01/2019)


Last speeches

21/04/2021 | 17:19:26 Thank you, Mister President, after these minor technical problems. Ladies and gentlemen, Despite the serious health crisis that the world is currently experiencing, we must not ignore other health-related problems, first and foremost, of course, the phenomenon of chronic and long-term illnesses. These diseases are not the result of a conscious choice, just as a person does not choose a disability. Everyone has the right to a self-determined life, enabling them to participate in society in all... 27/01/2021 | 10:59:01 Thank you, Chair. Dear Colleagues, Since the development of the very first smallpox vaccine in 1796, vaccines have continued to provide a great service to humanity. They protect us against many viruses and have even succeeded in eradicating certain diseases. Since the appearance of the new virus, SARS-CoV-2, we have all had difficult times. Many of our fellow citizens have experienced fear and distress, fatigue, mental pressure and sadness. The impact of the pandemic on the well-being of our... 30/01/2020 | 17:11:12 Mr Speaker, dear colleagues, Trafficking in human beings is a vast field: it ranges from sexual exploitation to labour exploitation and forced services. This is, unfortunately, a cross-border phenomenon that is constantly evolving. In addition to the traditional physical world, there is now the virtual world, which offers enormous opportunities for criminal networks. The Internet and technological developments are contributing to the creation of new and permanent forms of criminal activity... 28/06/2019 | 11:44:12 Madam President, Dear colleagues, According to a recent United Nations report, more than 70 million people fled their homeland in 2018, including 7 million from Syria. These alarming figures show that the number of refugees and migrants is constantly increasing. It is therefore not surprising that at European level the question of asylum has been on the debate for several years. Unfortunately, on immigration, the great disagreement between Europeans is deepening. The European asylum system is... 11/04/2019 | 18:06:49 I congratulate Ms Petra De SUTTER on the report. Reading it, we quickly realise what inhumane conditions many migrants face when they arrive on various Greek islands. The report also forces us in Europe to take a critical look at our policies on migrants and refugees. The situation in places such as the Greek islands – but not just there – is certainly untenable, but we should not stigmatise those countries, because migrants have their first glimmer of hope when they step foot on those...