Luxembourg. According to
Countryaah official website, in the June parliamentary elections at the
same time as the EU elections, the ruling party Party
Chrétien Social (PCS, the Christian Socialists) lost two
seats, but remained Luxembourg's largest party with 19 of the 60
seats of the Chamber of Deputies. The party leader and Prime
Minister Jean-Claude Juncker were therefore again given the
task of forming a government.
But the PCS coalition partner since 1984, Party Ouvrier
Socialiste Luxembourgeois (POSL, Luxembourg's Socialist
Workers' Party), lost four seats. The party ended up in
third place in the House with 13 seats after the Parti
Démocratique Luxembourgeois (PDL, Luxembourg's Democratic
Party), which got 15 seats and thus joined the government
coalition instead of POSL.