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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for bundestagswahl

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Electoral system of Germany Within two months after the federal election (German: Bundestagswahl) any voter can request the scrutiny of elections. According to the established practice of the Federal Constitutional Court (German: Bundesverfassungsgericht) the Committee for the Scrutiny of Elections of the Bundestag, the parliament of Germany, has to reject a request if the distribution of mandates did not change even with the request being granted.
Peter Hintze In autumn 2005, the Bundestagswahl 2005 ended the Gerhard Schröder era; Angela Merkel became chancellor of a Union/SPD-cabinet. From 2005 to 2013, Hintze served as Parliamentary State Secretary at the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Technology under ministers Michael Glos (2005–2009); Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg (2009); Rainer Brüderle (2009-2011); and Philipp Rösler (2011–2013) in the first and second cabinets of Chancellor Angela Merkel. Between 2007 and 2013, he was also the government’s Coordinator of Aerospace Policy.
Electoral system of Germany Election of the 12th German Bundestag ( December 2, 1990) Briefly before the Bundestagswahl of 1990, the Federal Constitutional Court decided that the situation of the recently reunited Germany showed a special case. An election threshold for the entire election district was unconstitutional. For this reason, a party had to receive at least 5% of the second votes either in the old federal territory including West-Berlin or in the new federal territory in order to win seat in the German Bundestag (Lower House of German Parliament). This special regulation was only valid for the elections in 1990.
Heinz-Joachim Barchmann In the German federal election, 2009, he ran in the Election District Helmstedt – Wolfsburg with a direct mandate. With 34.6% of the first preference votes he obtained second place, but was able to obtain the eleventh place on the Lower Saxon Landesliste and entry into the Bundestag. In the Bundestag, he is a member of the "Committee on the Affairs of the European Union" as well as a deputy in the Committee on Labor and Social Affairs. In the Bundestagswahl 2013 he ran again in the Helmstedt-Wolfsburg electoral district retained his membership in the Bundestag.