Lulling, Astrid (1929–)
Lulling, Astrid (1929–)
Luxembourg politician. Born June 11, 1929, in Schifflange, Luxembourg.
Member of the Social Democratic Party Executive Committee (1972–82) and chair of its parliamentary group (1974–79); served as mayor of Schifflange (1970–85) and as a member of Schifflange Municipal Council (1970–2000); was a member of the Chambre des députés (Luxembourg Parliament, 1965–1989, 1999) and president of the National Federation of Luxembourg Women; as a member of the European People's Party (Christian Democrats) and European Democrats, elected to 4th and 5th European Parliament (1994–99, 1999–2004). Named Commander of the Order of the Republic (Italy), Grand Officer of the Order of Merit of the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg, and Grand Officer of the Order of the Crown of Oak (Luxembourg).
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