World: Objections to Berlin election: Court negotiates on September 28

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The Berlin Constitutional Court on September 28 wants to publicly negotiate the appeals against the result of the elections to the House of Representatives and the district regulations from last year. The nine judges initially want to deal with four of a total of 35 submitted objections, as the court announced on Friday.

  Einsprüche gegen Berliner Wahl: Gericht verhandelt am 28. September © provided by Berliner Zeitung

. These procedures are suitable for "covering all relevant questions in connection with the voting process," it said. Further election exams will then be decided at a later date. According to the court, the election errors , the influence of seat distribution and legal consequences are to be discussed at the hearing. The participants therefore receive the opportunity to comment on the election, possible failures and the associated legal issues and to present their legal opinion. However, a decision is probably not made on this day. According to the law, the court has three months. Because of the many parties to the proceedings - this includes, in addition to the applicants, the President of the House of Representatives, the Senate Administration, the State Election Management, MPs and Applicants Applicants - should take place in an auditorium of the Free University . Citizens can also participate according to the court. There is space for 570 people in the hall. In the election to the Bundestag, the House of Representatives and the district council meetings on September 26, 2021, there were numerous breakdowns in the capital

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- such as missing ballots, long queues or in the meantime closed polling stations. The appeals against the result of the elections to the House of Representatives and the district council meetings are now being negotiated before the Constitutional Court.

The election examination board of the Bundestag is responsible for objections to the result of the Bundestag election. This develops a recommendation for a decision, which the parliament should then decide in October. According to a mirror report,

wants to recommend that the committee have repeated the Bundestag election in around 400 Berlin electoral districts.

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