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Happynator Oct 29
Putin ist schuld!
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ted_quila Oct 29
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Walter Bischof 🇪🇺🇪🇺🇪🇺 Oct 29
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Matthew Karnitschnig Oct 29
53% of Green voters say no single issue played "important role" in vote. Lifestyle party?
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European Greens Oct 29
The rolls on 🌊 Congrats on your historic result becoming the 2nd strongest party in Hesse 🙌 A very well deserved result after five years of innovative & reliable Green governance: putting people & planet over fear & greed 🌻
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Catherine Nicholson Oct 29
Why is Merkel stepping down as her party's head - and announcing she WON'T stand again as Chancellor in 2021? Some background with me & on
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European Greens Oct 29
The Green Wave rolls on in Germany’s Hesse state elections 🇩🇪✊🌻
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energieliga.org🌳☀️ Oct 29
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Catherine Nicholson Oct 29
Merkel: “this is my last term as Chancellor” Says she’s standing down as party chair in Dec, won’t stand for any political office after current term ends in 2021
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Jonathan Moss Oct 29
4-term will step down in 2021. Regardless of your opinion of her politics, I think it’s the right step from a democratic position. Maybe it’s time to introduce term limits.
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💧Patricia Cahill Oct 29
“One of the most astonishing results of post-election polling signaled that Greens earned more trust in being able to deal with the issues that shape our future than all political competitors."
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54house.fm Oct 29
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Matthew Karnitschnig Oct 29
In preliminary count, Greens take second place in Hesse, beating SPD by just 94 votes.
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Lum S. Oct 29
Chancellor Angela Merkel to resign from all her political offices and also not to stand as a candidate for the next elections in 2021. . What about ?
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💧Patricia Cahill Oct 29
'The seat of Germany’s financial centre, Frankfurt, Hesse is a swing state traditionally seen as a bellwether for national politics' Josie Le Blond
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Democracy International Nov 12
On October 28 86,3% of the voters in , Germany voted in favor of strengthening direct legislation! 💪 👉For more information check out the Navigator to Direct Democracy:
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Matthias Dilling Oct 29
Yet another piece of evidence suggesting that the would not solve its problems by moving to the right.
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Sophie Oct 29
Replying to @dw_politics
The straw that broke the camel's back.
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mantovan9 41m
gewohnheitstäter? lässt grüßen.. ->Staatsanwaltschaft ermittelt wegen Wahlbetrugs in Brandenburg
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Max Grömping Nov 13
These technical glitches decrease trust in and bring up conspiracy theories of
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