Last election 18 September 2016
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Next election 2020
|President Ralf Wieland, SPD
Since 27 October 2011|
Political groups Government (92) SPD (38) The Greens (27) The Left (27) Opposition Parties CDU (31) AfD (25) FDP (12)
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Die partei 2 wahlwerbespot f r die wahl zum abgeordnetenhaus von berlin 2011
The Abgeordnetenhaus of Berlin ( [ˈʔapɡəʔɔʁdnətn̩ˌhaʊs]) is the state parliament (Landtag) of Berlin, Germany according to the city-state's constitution. In 1993 the parliament moved from Rathaus Schöneberg to its present house on Niederkirchnerstraße in Mitte, which until 1934 was the seat of the Prussian Landtag. The current president of the parliament is Ralf Wieland (SPD).
- Die partei 2 wahlwerbespot f r die wahl zum abgeordnetenhaus von berlin 2011
- Wahl zum abgeordnetenhaus in berlin 2016 umfragen stand 14 08 2016 m ller
Wahl zum abgeordnetenhaus in berlin 2016 umfragen stand 14 08 2016 m ller
The Abgeordnetenhaus ("House of Representatives") parliament was established by the new constitution of West Berlin in 1951. It replaced the former city legislature called Stadtverordnetenversammlung (city deputies assembly), established by the Prussian Reforms in 1808 and re-established by Allied-initiated state elections of 1946.
Between 1951 and 1990 the Abgeordnetenhaus was a parliament of restricted autonomy, since the Allied Control Council required that all its legislation and its elections, such as those of mayors and the senators (then still elected and not yet appointed by the mayor), be subject to Western Allied confirmation or rejection. After reunification the Abgeordnetenhaus continued to be the parliament of united Berlin.
The parliament of Berlin is chosen every five years in a general, free, secret and direct ballot according to the principle of proportional representation. It consists of at least 130 representatives, 78 chosen directly in the electoral districts of the Berlin boroughs, and 52 indirectly from land or district lists. If a party wins more constituency seats than its overall share of the vote, the overall size of the Abgeordnetenhaus increases because of these overhang mandates.
The current distribution of seats as of the 2016 election (compared to the 2011 election) is:
The Pirate Party Berlin lost the 15 seats it won for the first time in the 2011 election due to their failure to cross the 5% election threshold necessary to qualify for representation in the 2016 election while the AfD joined the assembly for the first time and the FDP returned following a recovery in voter support.
The consideration and passing of legislation is the most important task, including the government budget. In addition, the parliament chooses the Governing Mayor of Berlin, and checks the city's government, the Senate of Berlin.