East german elections 1990

Although once again the biggest party, Angela Merkel's CDU (CSU in Bavaria) did surprisingly badly. Abandoned by their erstwhile coalition partners, they will now struggle to form a new government. CDU/CSU share of vote 60%+ 50+ 40+ < 40 Although once again the biggest party, Angela Merkel's CDU (CSU in Bavaria) did surprisingly badly. Abandoned by their erstwhile coalition partners, they will now struggle to form a new government. --> Source: German Federal Returning Officer Seán Clarke

On 5 April 1990, the new Volkskammer elected the CDU's Sabine Bergmann-Pohl as its president. As the State Council was at the same time dissolved, she became East Germany's interim head of state . Four days later, de Maizière announced that he had reached an agreement for a grand coalition consisting of the AfD parties (the CDU, DSU and DA), the SPD, the liberal Association of Free Democrats (BFD), and one non-attached member. Between them, the three main partners in the coalition commanded a two-thirds supermajority in the Volkskammer, enough to pass amendments to the constitution. [3] [4]

East german elections 1990

east german elections 1990

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