On 10 July, the Luxembourg Parliament adopted by 58 votes in favor (Christian Democrats, Liberals, Socialists, Green, Alternative Democratic Reform Party/ADR, Pirates) and 2 abstentions (The Left) a resolution that called upon the Government to adopt the IHRA Working Definition on Antisemitism. None of the 60 deputies that compose the Parliament voted against the resolution. The Government had left the priority of action to the legislative power in order to achieve a vast majority, going far beyond the Government parties, in support of the Working Definition. The original text in French can be found here. The Government will put this item on its agenda after the summer recess.