Together for Luxembourg

Christos Floros at the European Parliament

Moien, I’m Christos, I think its time I spoke to you directly. I love Luxembourg and our beautiful City, and I want to make sure it works for all of us. We are diverse and international. Whether you are Luxembourgish with many generations before you, or you grew up here, you have become a citizen,… Continue reading Together for Luxembourg

Luxembourg, the city of 30 year olds

🇬🇧 + 🇫🇷 Did you know? Luxembourg is a very young city! More people are 30 year olds than any other age, and more people are between the ages of 23 to 43 than any other age. What does that mean? Well, if you're complaining about the dating pool in Luxembourg as a young profesional,… Continue reading Luxembourg, the city of 30 year olds

Working together for Kirchberg

Christos Floros, young, with Mr. Bento, his Portuguese neighbour.

I am happy to announce, that I have been elected to the Council of SILK, the Syndicat d'Intérêts Locaux Kirchberg, a non-profit organisation, working for the benefit of the residents of our beautiful Quartier. I will work, in the interest of all residents, to protect Kirchberg, and in a greater extent, the City of Luxembourg,… Continue reading Working together for Kirchberg

Integration Matters

Foreign Residents and their role in Luxembourgish society, and my plea to get you to participate. The biggest issue I need to highlight is that only about 1 in 10 of our foreign residents participate in our local elections. Elections that are far more important than the turnout suggests.

Goals / Objectifs 2022

EN / FR lire en français I want to sincerely wish every one of you a happy new year, may 2022 be the last stretch of this deadly pandemic that has killed nearly 1000 of our fellow citizens in Luxembourg and close to a million people within our European Union, and many more around the… Continue reading Goals / Objectifs 2022

COVID Announcements in Luxembourg – Clarity over Patriotism

EN COVID related announcements from the Government in Luxembourg should be made predominently in French. According to STATEC the most predominentaly spoken language in the country. I understand the reasons we increasingly use Luxembourgish in government related work and announcements, however in the middle of a once in a century pandemic, I believe, Luxembourg should… Continue reading COVID Announcements in Luxembourg – Clarity over Patriotism