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  1. Alerting the population is an essential tool to allow citizens to prepare themselves for an event, unpredictable or not, and to take the useful and necessary precautions to safeguard people and property.

  2. The General Development Plan (PAG) is a set of graphic and written regulations completing each other, and covering the entire municipal territory, which they divide into various zones to regulate land use.

  3. In order to reinforce governance in the field of disaster risk reduction (DRR), the Minister of Home Affairs has established a national platform. This is part of the United Nations 2030 Agenda, and more precisely of the Sendai Framework, which aims to achieve an essential reduction of disaster risks.

  4. Mayors, aldermen and council members are entitled to political leave for the hours of work devoted to the exercise of their political mandate. The right to political leave is based on articles 78 to 81 of the amended municipal law of December 13, 1988.

  5. In recent years, thanks to developments in the housing market and the quest for more sustainable lifestyles, we have seen the emergence of a type of housing hitherto unheard of in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg: “Tiny Houses”.

  6. The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg is a unitary country with only one level of territorial decentralisation - the communes are the only decentralised territorial authorities and play an essential role in local political, economic, social and cultural life. They must constantly adapt to the challenges of modern society.

  7. The voters of the commune directly elect the members of the Municipal Council every six years. Each municipality has a Municipal Council from which the College of Mayor and Aldermen, the executive body of the commune, generates.

  8. The current land tax in Luxembourg dates back to the 1930s. Its reform has been part of the political discussion for years. The reform of the land tax is a key element of the package of measures to combat the increasing housing shortage in Luxembourg, which the government has presented together with the introduction of a tax on the mobilisation of land and a tax on the non-occupation of housing.

  9. Marriage is often one of the key events in an individual's life. Modern couples are questioning more and more the formalities imposed by the law for the celebration of a civil marriage and they aspire to a more personalised organisation of their ceremony.

  10. The main goal of the Housing Pact 2.0 is to support municipalities, who are a central partner of the government, in the development of affordable housing.

  11. The objective of the so-called “Baulandvertrag” (Building land contract) bill is, on the one hand, to increase the offer of available land in order to accelerate the creation of housing and, on the other hand, to curb land speculation and the unhealthy development of housing prices as far as possible.

  12. The law of 27 July 2022 relating to municipal administrative fines and the extension of the competencies of municipal agents aims to empower municipal agents to report infringements as set by the general police regulations of the municipality, sanctioned by either administrative or criminal fines as well as to offer a neighbourhood service favouring social cohesion in the municipalities.

  13. By the amended Law of 23 December 1978 concerning disability and priority cards, a priority card and disability cards were created and issued by the Minister for Home Affairs or his delegate.

  14. Entities in the municipal sector establish their budget in accordance with the standard budgetary plan set out in the annex to the Grand-Ducal Regulation of 30 July 2013 implementing certain provisions of Title 4. – the municipal accounts of the amended municipal law of 13 December 1988.

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