At the extraordinary session of the Chamber of Deputies on 6 July 1979, the results of the parliamentary elections of 10 June 1979 are confirmed. The extraordinary session of the Chamber of Deputies on 24 July 1979 is held to determine the composition of the government, the standing committees and the Chamber of Deputies itself. This government is formed by the Christian Social Party and the Democratic Party. Pierre Werner serves as Prime Minister and Minister of State.
This statement by Pierre Werner, Luxembourg Prime Minister and Minister of State, to the Chamber of Deputies on 24 July 1979 presents the manifesto of the parties in the Luxembourg Government (the Christian Social Party and the Democratic Party) following the parliamentary elections on 10 June 1979. Pierre Werner outlines the main points of the manifesto, particularly economic policy, budget and fiscal policy, and foreign policy, as well as labour and employment, agriculture, energy, health, education and justice.
During an official visit to Paris on 19 November 1980, Pierre Werner (right), Prime Minister of Luxembourg, meets French President Valéry Giscard d’Estaing (centre) and Jean François-Poncet (left), French Foreign Minister.
On 28 November 1980, Pierre Werner (on the left), Luxembourg Prime Minister, meets Federal Chancellor Helmut Schmidt (on the right) in Bonn. They discuss the questions on the agenda of the European Council, to be held on 1 and 2 December in Luxembourg.
At the Luxembourg European Council on 29 and 30 June 1981, Grand Duke Jean receives François Mitterrand, President of the French Republic, at the Grand Ducal Palace. From left to right: Luxembourg Prime Minister Pierre Werner, François Mitterrand, Grand Duke Jean, French Foreign Minister Claude Cheysson and his Luxembourg counterpart Colette Flesch.
On 29 and 30 March 1982, a ceremony is held at the Brussels European Council to mark the 25th anniversary of the signing of the Rome Treaties. First row (from left to right): Andries van Agt, Netherlands Prime Minister; Giovanni Spadolini, Italian Prime Minister; Andreas Papandreou, Greek Prime Minister; Anker Jørgensen, Danish Prime Minister; François Mitterrand, President of the French Republic; Helmut Schmidt, German Federal Chancellor; Charles Haughey, Irish Prime Minister; Pierre Werner, Luxembourg Prime Minister; Margaret Thatcher, British Prime Minister.
On 5 November 1982, Federal Chancellor Helmut Kohl (on the left) makes a visit to Luxembourg and meets Pierre Werner, Luxembourg Minister of State and President of the Government (on the right), for political consultations.
The Prime Minister of Luxembourg, Pierre Werner (on the left), the British Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher (centre), and the Federal Chancellor Helmut Kohl (on the right), at the Stuttgart European Council, held from 17 to 19 June 1983.
Meeting between Pierre Werner, Prime Minister of Luxembourg (on the right), and the President of Greece, Konstantinos Karamanlis (on the left), at the Athens European Council, held from 4 to 6 December 1983.
On 8 February 1984, the President of the French Republic, François Mitterrand, makes a working visit to Luxembourg and meets the Luxembourg Minister of State and President of the Government, Pierre Werner. From left to right: Ernest Michels, François Mitterrand and Pierre Werner.