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Bundestag grows by one seat: CDU in North Rhine-Westphalia and Greens in Bavaria benefit from recounts

2021-10-11T18:15:42.427Z

The Bundestag is growing by one seat: the NRW CDU and the Bavarian Greens benefit from the updated counts.



The Bundestag is growing by one seat: the NRW CDU and the Bavarian Greens benefit from the updated counts.

Munich - Every vote counts - little is known that after the quick reports on the federal election, people are meticulously counting again.

So-called state electoral committees take over this - and lo and behold: Apparently the Bundestag is growing by another mandate - to 736 seats.

Bundestag election: Bavarian green politician before moving into the Bundestag - "a real thriller"

It's not official yet, but the experts from

Wahlrecht.de

have already anticipated the result on Twitter. Accordingly, the CDU has an additional 4491 votes nationwide. The majority of the votes so far suppressed come from Schleswig-Holstein. Nevertheless, due to the complicated electoral arithmetic, the CDU in North Rhine-Westphalia, which receives one more mandate, benefits from it. It goes to Jürgen Hardt, who had actually lost his seat in the Bundestag.

The Greens in Bavaria can also be happy: Beate Walter-Rosenheimer, who has been a member of the Fürstenfeldbruck / Dachau constituency since 2012, missed the re-entry by a few votes.

The recount now resulted in 188 more second votes for the Greens in Bavaria.

The Green Michael Sacher from Unna (North Rhine-Westphalia) has to give way for them.

Walter-Rosenheimer doesn't want to cheer yet, she writes on Twitter: “I won't believe it until Friday, when the Federal Returning Officer has confirmed it.

And yes .. a real thriller and really not for the faint of heart. "

Bundestag election: The result will be formally determined on Friday (October 15)

It's not official yet, but it's almost certain.

Wahlrecht.de

states: “The final result will not be formally determined until Friday by the federal electoral committee.

Theoretically, he can also make arithmetical corrections to the findings of the state election committees.

Something like that did not happen in practice in the last elections. "

(Dw)

Source: merkur

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