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Freie Wähler
Free Voters (German: Freie Wähler, FW or FWG) in Germany
Germany
may belong to an association of persons which participates in an election without having the status of a registered political party. Usually it involves a locally organized group of voters in the form of a registered association (eV). In most cases, Free Voters campaign only at the local-government level, standing for city councils and for mayoralties. Free Voters tend to achieve their most successful electoral results in rural areas of southern Germany, appealing most to conservative voters who prefer local decisions to party politics. Free Voter groups are active in all German states. Unlike in the other German states, the Free Voters of Bavaria
Free Voters of Bavaria
have also contested state elections since 1998
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German Language
No official regulation ( German orthography
German orthography
regulated by the Council for German Orthography[4]). Language
Language
codesISO 639-1 deISO 639-2 ger (B) deu (T)ISO 639-3 Variously: deu – German gmh&#
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Pirate Party Germany
The Pirate Party
Pirate Party
Germany
Germany
(German: Piratenpartei Deutschland), commonly known as Pirates (German: Piraten), is a political party in Germany founded in September 2006 at c-base. It states general agreement with the Swedish Piratpartiet[4][5] as a party of the information society; it is part of the international movement of pirate parties and a member of the Pirate Parties International. In 2011/12, the party succeeded in attaining a high enough vote share to enter four state parliaments (Berlin, North Rhine-Westphalia, Saarland
Saarland
and Schleswig-Holstein)[6] and the European Parliament. However, their popularity rapidly declined and by 2017 they had no representation in any of the German state parliaments
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Free Democratic Party (Germany)
The Free Democratic Party (German: Freie Demokratische Partei, FDP) is a liberal[14][15] and classical liberal[16][17][18] political party in Germany. The FDP is led by Christian Lindner. The FDP was founded in 1948 by members of the former liberal political parties existing in Germany
Germany
before World War II, the German Democratic Party and the German People's Party. For most of the Federal Republic's history, it has held the balance of power in the Bundestag. It was a junior coalition partner to either the CDU/CSU
CDU/CSU
(1949–56, 1961–66, 1982–98, and 2009–13) or the Social Democratic Party of Germany
Germany
(1969–82). However, in the 2013 federal election the FDP failed to win any directly elected seats in the Bundestag, and came up short of the 5 percent threshold to qualify for list representation
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Social Democratic Party Of Germany
Progressive Alliance European Parliament
European Parliament
group Progressive Alliance
Progressive Alliance
of Socialists and DemocratsColors      RedBundestag153 / 709Bundesrat20 / 69State Parliaments516 / 1,821European Parliament27 / 96Prime Ministers of States7 / 16Websitewww.spd.dePolitics of Germany Political parties ElectionsThe Social Democratic Party of Germany
Germany
(German: Sozialdemokratische Partei Deutschlands, SPD) is a social-democratic[4][5][6] political party in Germany. The party, led by acting Chairman Olaf Scholz
Olaf Scholz
since 2018, has become one of the two major contemporary political parties in Germany, along with the Christian Democratic Union (CDU)
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Alliance 90/The Greens
Alliance 90/The Greens, often simply Greens (German: Bündnis 90/Die Grünen or Grüne), is a green political party in Germany, formed from the merger of the German Green
Green
Party (founded in West Germany
Germany
in 1980 and merged with the East Greens in 1990) and Alliance 90
Alliance 90
(founded during the Revolution of 1989–1990 in East Germany) in 1993.[5] The focus of the party is on ecological, economic, and social sustainability
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The Left (Germany)
The Left (German: Die Linke), also commonly referred to as the Left Party (German: die Linkspartei, pronounced [diː ˈlɪŋkspaʁˌtaɪ̯] ( listen)), is a democratic socialist[15] political party in Germany. It is considered to be left-wing populist[2] by some researchers. The party was founded in 2007 as the merger of the Party of Democratic Socialism (PDS) and the Electoral Alternative for Labour and Social Justice (WASG).[16] Since mid-2012, its co-chairs have been Katja Kipping
Katja Kipping
and Bernd Riexinger. In the Bundestag
Bundestag
the party won 64 out of 630 seats after polling 8.6% of the vote in the 2013 federal elections and, after the Social Democrats and the CDU/CSU formed a grand coalition, became leader of the opposition.[17] In the 2017 elections, the party acquired 69 out of 709 seats after receiving 9.2% of the vote.[citation needed]
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Composition Of The German Regional Parliaments
Germany's federal system comprises 16 state parliaments (the German terms are: Landtag in large states, Bürgerschaft in Bremen and Hamburg, Abgeordnetenhaus in Berlin), each including directly elected representatives.Contents1 Parties in each parliament 2 Diagrams 3 See also 4 ReferencesParties in each parliament[edit] In the table below, the parties indicated by boldface and shading form the governing coalition in their respective states.  Seats Majority   SPD CDU/CSU GRÜNE LINKE FDP AfD B FW Others Legislative term Last election Next electionBaden-Württemberg 143 7219 42 47 - 12 22 - - Independent 1 5 years 2016 2021Bavaria 180 91   42 101 17 - - - - 19 mut 1 5 years 2013 2018Berlin 160 81   38 31 27 27 12 25 - - - 5 years 2016 2021Brandenburg 88 45   30 19 6 17 - 11 - 3 - 5 years 2014 2019Bremen 83 42   30 20 12 8 6 1 - - LKR 1, BIW 3, Independent 2 4 years 2015 2019Hamburg
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Citizens In Rage
Citizens in Rage (German: Bürger in Wut (BIW)) is a German right-wing populist voters' association represented in the state parliament of Bremen. It is led by Jan Timke. It was founded in March 2004 as a successor to the Bremen section of the Party for a Rule of Law Offensive ("Schill party"). Its focus has been on crime fighting and immigration policy. The association participated in the 2007 Bremen parliamentary election. Bremen electoral law has a threshold that a party must surmount by winning 5% of the popular vote, either in the city of Bremen, or in Bremerhaven. Citizens in Rage contested the smaller constituency of Bremerhaven. According to the official results, the association won 2,216 votes or 4.998% – only one vote short of the threshold. Thereupon, Citizens in Rage requested a re-count. The competent court detected relevant mistakes in the elections in the constituency of Bremerhaven, and imposed an election rerun in one voting precinct
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Ecological Democratic Party
The Ecological Democratic Party
Ecological Democratic Party
(German: Ökologisch-Demokratische Partei, ÖDP) is a conservative[2][3][4] and ecologist[5] political party in Germany. The ÖDP was founded in 1982 as a federal party and is the legal successor of the Green Action Future (Grünen Aktion Zukunft), the Green List for Environmental Protection (Grüne Liste Umweltschutz) and the Ecological Politics Working Group (Arbeitsgemeinschaft Ökologische Politik).[6][third-party source needed] The strongest level of voting support for the ÖDP is in Bavaria, where in federal state elections they have remained stable with 2% of the votes since 1990, and at municipal level have increased their mandate count in 2014 from 320 to around 380.[7][third-party source needed], Since the 2014 European elections, the party is represented in the European Parliament
European Parliament
by the MEP Klaus Buchner
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Liberal Conservative Reformers
The Liberal Conservative Reformers
Liberal Conservative Reformers
(German: Liberal-Konservative Reformer, LKR) is a centre-right political party in Germany
Germany
which was known from July 2015 to November 2016 as ALFA. The party was established in
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National Democratic Party Of Germany
The National Democratic Party of Germany
Germany
(German: Nationaldemokratische Partei Deutschlands, NPD) is a far-right[12] and ultranationalist[13] political party in Germany. The party was founded in 1964 as successor to the German Reich Party (German: Deutsche Reichspartei, DRP)
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Die PARTEI
Die Partei für Arbeit, Rechtsstaat, Tierschutz, Elitenförderung und basisdemokratische Initiative (Party for Labour, Rule of Law, Animal Protection, Promotion of Elites and Grassroots Democratic Initiative), using the recursive acronym Die PARTEI
Die PARTEI
(The PARTY), is a German political party that was founded in 2004 by the editors of the German satirical magazine Titanic. It is led by Martin Sonneborn
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South Schleswig Voters' Association
The South Schleswig Voters' Association[nb 1] (Danish: Sydslesvigsk Vælgerforening, German: Südschleswigscher Wählerverband, North Frisian: Söödschlaswiksche Wäälerferbånd) is a regionalist political party in Schleswig-Holstein
Schleswig-Holstein
in northern Germany. The party represents the Danish and Frisian minorities of the state.[2][3] As a party representing a national minority, the SSW declines to identify itself with a left-right political scale, but it models its policies on those of the Nordic countries, which often means favouring a strong welfare state, but, on the other hand, a more free market labour policy than the German social market economy model.[1] The SSW is represented in the Landtag of Schleswig-Holstein
Landtag of Schleswig-Holstein
and several regional and municipal councils
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Christian Democratic Union Of Germany
The Christian Democratic Union of Germany
Germany
(German: Christlich Demokratische Union Deutschlands, CDU; German pronunciation: [ˈkʁɪstlɪç ˌdemoˈkʁaːtɪʃə uˈni̯oːn ˈdɔʏtʃlants]) is a Christian democratic[2][8][9] and liberal-conservative[2] political party in Germany. It is the major catch-all party of the centre-right in German politics.[10][11] The CDU forms the CDU/CSU
CDU/CSU
grouping, also known as the Union, in the Bundestag
Bundestag
with its Bavarian counterpart the Christian Social Union in Bavaria
Christian Social Union in Bavaria
(CSU). The party is widely considered an effective successor of the Centre Party, although it has a broader base.[12] The leader of the CDU, Angela Merkel, is the current Chancellor of Germany
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Anarchist Pogo Party Of Germany
The Anarchistic Pogo Party of Germany (German: Anarchistische Pogo-Partei Deutschlands, or 'APPD') is the self-declared party of the Pöbel (mob) and "social parasites". It was created in 1981 by two punks in Hannover and took part in the 1998 election to the Bundestag with the promise to pay the voters with free beer. The official communication organ is the paper Armes Deutschland ("Poor Germany"), formerly Asoziale Rundschau ("Asocial Review")
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