Since 1 January 2019, public administrations and services are publishing their available documents online on their website or on the www.data.public.lu portal.
Natural and legal persons do therefore have access to documents regarding administrative activities (circulars, activity reports, minutes and action reports from board meetings, etc.). They have the legal right to request the communication of accessible documents:
Applications for accessible documents can be submitted via MyGuichet.lu or in writing.
It should be noted however, that accessible documents containing personal data or data with a value based assessment/judgement of a person can only be communicated to the actual person concerned.
The document will be made available to the applicant as soon as possible by the responsible administration. In the event of a refusal to respond to the application, the applicant can challenge the refusal by bringing the case to the Commission on the Access to Documents.
The Chamber of Skilled Trades and Crafts is organising 2 online information sessions to inform future candidates about the master craftsman's certificate and its preparatory training.
The agreement between Luxembourg and Belgium on the social security affiliation of cross-border workers with respect to telework is extended until 31 August 2020.
Due to the Covid-19 crisis, the deadline for signing new apprenticeship contracts for the year 2020 has been extended to 31 December 2020.