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sehe das ein wenig anders (also ohne zwangsläufigen kotzreiz):
wenn der bundestag und 'unsere demokratie' wie angedacht funtionierten, halten sie das aus - vielmehr müssen sie.
und nebenbei: die von dir genannten eigenschaften/tatbestände im bundestag brauchten meiner ansicht nach garkeine afd.

ich frage mich eher, was die linke (partei) so unglaublich falsch zu machen scheint, wenn ein gestriegelter lindner einfach so auf 10% kommt, und wo verdammt nochmal diese 30+ % für CDU/CSU schon wieder herkommen. das würgt mich - ehrlich gesagt - mehr. das andere empfinde ich größtenteils als schiere ablenkung.

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Nach meiner Erfahrung aus Gesprächen ist der größte Fehler der Linken ihre Vergangenheit. "kannst doch nicht den Stalin wählen", so ungefähr.
Der zweitgrößte Fehler sind ihre Gutmenschen die Abschiebungen von Schwerverbrechern blockieren und Femnazis mit ihrem schwachsinnigen Gegender. Ich sag nur Studierendenwerk.
Ich habe sie trotzdem gewählt, primär wegen Gisi und Wagenknecht. Vielleicht sollten die ne eigene Partei aufmachen.

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Ich bin auch schon ganz angemerkelt und ausgeAFDet hat sich leider auch noch lange nicht. Erstaunlich, dass Linke (und Grüne) so wenig punkten können (auch schon bei den letzten Wahlen), obwohl die Themen weltweit eigentlich genau ihr Ding sein sollten. Stattdessen ist nun auch wieder die FDP drinnen.

Eine "Jamaica"-Koalition kann ich mir nur vorstellen, wenn  Horst Seehofer anfängt zu kiffen. Sonst ist das alles derart gegensätzlich, dass m. E. kaum eine vernünftige Regierung dabei rauskommen wird.

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how does politics work there in germany, I mean, I know it's a democracy, and so on ... but I'd like to know, for example, how many parties there are, and when you vote in your candidate, what counts is the vote or someone else determines way who wins? as in the US that trump had fewer votes, but was close to the other candidate and he won.

I would like to know this, thank you in advance!

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So first, I can recommend this video which I discovered a few weeks ago. That's done excellently. 

 

.For information, there are no national elections. But the elections of the European Community.

In the European elections, the members of the European Parliament (MEP) are elected every five years. The next election will take place throughout Europe from 23 to 26 May 2019. In Germany will be elected on May 26th. One is entitled to vote in almost all EU states at the age of 18, in Austria one may vote at the age of 16, in Greece one is entitled to vote at the age of 17.In the 2019 European elections, a total of around 60.8 million Germans are eligible to vote. In addition, an additional 3.9 million other citizens of the European Union, who live in Germany, can come to the polls in this country.Who is elected in Germany?In Germany, 96 MEPs are elected. Unlike the Bundestag election, every eligible voter has only one vote in the European elections, with which he can vote for a party or other political association. There is no 5 percent hurdle.

According to the latest polls, 13 of the 28 EU electoral countries (as of now the British are participating) have a conservative majority. In France, according to a Politico poll, the Republique en Marche is headed by President Emmanuel Macron, while another poll (polling institute Ipsos) looks ahead to the Rassemblent Nationel (formerly Front National) of Marine Le Pen.

What is the European Parliament?The European Parliament (EP) represents and is directly elected by the citizens of EU Member States. The parliament has 751 members from all member states. The number of deputies depends on the size of the country. As the most populous country in the EU, Germany is represented by 96 MPs, while smaller countries such as Estonia, Luxembourg and Malte each have six MPs.Depending on their political affiliation, MEPs work together in groups. There are currently eight political groups in the European Parliament:

The plenary sessions of the European Parliament are held twelve times a year in Strasbourg and five times a year in Brussels.Parliament, together with the European Council, takes decisions on European legislation. It elects the President of the European Commission and approves the Commission as a College. In addition, the European Parliament approves the budget of the European Union.

source: 

https://www.welt.de/politik/ausland/article183050942/Europawahl-2019-Infos-zu-Termin-Parteien-und-Kandidaten-der-EU-Wahl.html

https://europa.eu/european-union/about-eu/institutions-bodies/european-parliament_de

 

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