Bernard Berg

Bernard 'Benny' Berg (14 September 1931 – 21 February 2019) was a Luxembourgish politician[1] and trade unionist. In the 1970s, Berg was a leading member of the Luxembourg Socialist Workers' Party, sitting in the Chamber of Deputies and the communal council of Dudelange. When fellow LSAP deputy Raymond Vouel left the government to join the European Commission, Berg took Vouel's place in the Thorn Ministry as Deputy Prime Minister under Gaston Thorn.[2] He would serve in the government again under Pierre Werner.


  1. "Foreign Minister Picks Up Housing Pointers". The Palm Beach Post. 13 April 1976. Retrieved 1 December 2010.
  2. Clements, John (1979). Clements' encyclopedia of world governments vol. 3. Political Research, inc. p. 168.
Political offices
Preceded by
Raymond Vouel
Deputy Prime Minister
1976 – 1979
Succeeded by
Gaston Thorn

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