General elections in the European Union.

General elections in the European Union.

Germany is viewed as the most grounded country in Europe as well as on the planet in light of major areas of strength for its and the choices made in its parliament influence the world as well preparations for the provincial and national assembly elections in Berlin, Germany, are in full swing this month, but they are very different from the preparations for the general elections in our country the election campaign here is not run by large rallies, but by placing pictures of people contesting elections on the enormous sheets in the roads across the city or the nation over with their party’s name on them.. The other way is to put their advertisements on the poles of the whole city participants in the elections go to their constituencies and meet with the people there, present their program to them and through dialogue persuade the people to vote for their party not only do the German people participate in these elections in large numbers, but foreigners with German citizenship also exercise their voting right on this day because they also know that their future is decided by the outcome of these elections. Is based in Germany and has been ruled by the Christian Democratic Party (CDU) for the past 16 years. In recent times, its popularity has declined significantly one of the many reasons for this may be that the German nation now wants a change in politics because in those 16 years a new generation has grown up with a slightly different angle of thinking and understanding and their priorities are slightly different from the old generation, and now they want to change at the moment, many political parties in Germany will run for the National Assembly
Of which five to six gatherings are remarkable and are famous among individuals.
Crust Democratic,
Social Democratic,
Free Democratic,
Alternative for Germany,
Green and Left with these races, the sun of German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s 16-year rule will set.
This time around, if his party wins the election, his candidate, Armen Lashit, will run for chancellor however, no one knows what the outcome will be every German citizen automatically joins the list of eligible voters in the general election here at the age of eighteen the number of voters in the 2021 elections this year is sixty-four million.


In the overall political race, German residents will actually want to practice their democratic right in two ways, one by post, and the other by visiting a surveying station in their area, as is the case in Pakistan these polling stations are extremely safe and secure, and there is almost zero chance of fraud the voter’s ID card is checked at the polling station to make sure that the vote belongs to him like the rest of the world, the vote is cast behind a curtain. In Germany, everyone has two suffrage.

There are two boxes to mark on the first paper, with the first mark he chooses the candidate of his constituency who has to win and become a Member of Parliament, as we have,
The second vote is given to directly elect any party which is not the case in our countries.
The number of votes cast for any political party indicates its success or failure.

To reach parliament, any political party needs the support of at least 5% of the electorate.
Paper has been used for voting in Germany for the last 70 years.
Here, too, voting hours are from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
At the same time, the counting of votes in each constituency continues.
Thus, up to 95% of the results are announced by 6 pm.

There are 999 constituencies from all over Germany in this year’s elections. Each constituency is planned to have 250,000 people in each constituency, where the candidate will be directly elected and about the same number of seats will go to the party. Those are given by direct vote. Each party publishes a list of candidates for these seats in advance and submits it to the Election Commission.

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