RTL Today – Following Superdreckskëscht audit: Opposition parties welcome recommendations, but criticize opaque company structure

The Christian Social People’s Party (CSV) and the Left Party (“Déi Lénk”) welcome the audit recommendation that the state should try to obtain the rights to the “Superdréckskëscht” brand.

Another positive aspect, according to opposition parties, is that the “Standing Support Committee” is responsible for monitoring changes. However, both sides also said they did not understand why the Committee had not held a meeting since 2005.

The four parliamentary opposition parties criticize the fact that the audit did not examine the multitude of companies in which Hans-Peter Walter, director of the Superdreckskëscht, is involved. CSV MP Paul Galles confirmed that his party had requested another audit on this issue.

Pirate Party MP Sven Clement attempted to get a feel for this problematic corporate structure and concluded that it is “very opaque” and has “potential for abuse”.

Left Party MP Myriam Cecchetti said her party would also join the effort, stressing that recycling is already a “very profitable business”. The MP stressed that entrepreneurs should not be allowed to “create their own market” and determine the prices the general public will have to pay for recycling.

Alternative Democratic Reform Party (ADR) MP Fred Keup also demanded the immediate reinstatement of the “standing support committee” as the audit found that this oversight is not currently working as intended.

In addition, the CSV raises the question of why there was no tender for the Superdreckskëscht in 2005.

Wales and Cecchetti expressed regret that neither the report nor a summary of the report was available to them at the time it was presented to them in committee. This made it difficult to ask questions, according to MPs.

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