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How many seats in the Bundestag after the elections?

The German electoral system The 22 September elections to the German Bundestag will be the first under the new electoral system, adopted in May 2013. The electoral law has twice been reformed since 2011, following judgments of the Constitutional Court (Bundesverfassungsgericht) which declared certain provisions unconstitutional. Many fear, however, that the new electoral law could … Continue reading

Relocation of parliaments

Rules on parliaments’ seats Parliaments’ seats are not usually regulated at constitutional level. One of the few exceptions is the establishment by the Austrian Federal Constitution of the federal capital and seat of the highest federal authorities in Vienna. Parliamentary seats are often established by the rules of procedure adopted by the same parliament (e.g. … Continue reading

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