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A fifth of Berlin is voting again

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A fifth of Berlin is voting again

Voting is now taking place in all twelve Berlin federal parliamentary constituencies, although to very different degrees. In Pankow, 85 percent of the polling districts are affected, in Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf 42 percent. In contrast, it is only 2.9 percent in Lichtenberg, 3.4 percent in Treptow-Köpenick and 6 percent in Marzahn-Hellersdorf. It is therefore clear that in some constituencies there cannot be any mathematical changes. Given this starting point, some fear that voter turnout will be low. In the 2021 federal election in Berlin as a whole, it was 75.2 percent.

Former Chancellor Angela Merkel (CDU) is also among the affected voters. Merkel made use of the option of postal voting, as the office of the former Chancellor said. D. had communicated this upon request in January. Among the Berlin senators, Social Senator Cansel Kiziltepe (SPD) is the only one who was called to vote. Governing Mayor Kai Wegner (CDU) and the other Senate members are not eligible to vote.

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