Bavarian federal state parliament

Das Landtagsgebäude „Maximilianeum“
federal state parliament building „the Maximilianeum “

the Bavarian federal state parliament is the state parliament in Bavaria. Until 1999 there was the Bavarian senate as the second chamber still, since that time also Bavaria has an a chamber system. Parliament building is the Maximilianeum in Munich.

Table of contents

constitutional bases

choice

the regulations to the federal state parliament are regulated in section two of the Bavarian condition.
Since 2003 sit in the federal state parliament 180 (before: 204) Delegate. (Information for allocation of seats: Allocation of seats in the German state parliaments).

Das Plenum
The plenum

the electionstake place every 5 years and are, equivalent, generally directly and secret. The federal state parliament selected after a particularly Bavarian variant, which integrates both elections on the basis of proportional representation right and Mehrheitswahlrecht: differently than in the rest of federal territory there are no common national list, but altogether seven lists for the seven electoral districts.Thus no country-wide “list place Nr.1” on that the respective leading candidate gives to be set could. When using the secondary voice there are differences to the federal regulation likewise: the voters can mark not only a party, but a special candidate on their list and so the successionthe list candidates substantially change. Like also the Bavarian local election right the election of the federal parliament right contains elements of direct democracy.

Likewise in contrast to the Federal Law the number of the mandates in the federal state parliament determines itself not from the secondary voices alone, but from the addition of first and secondary voices.

A practice, thosegenerally the election result for larger parties affects favorably, since these usually more first than secondary voices receives.

Before expiration of its actual dialing time the federal state parliament can dissolve by majority decision or be recalled on request of one million citizen entitled to vote by a popular vote.

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The resolution of laws and the tuning are incumbent on tasks the federal state parliament over the household of the Free State. (see also: Legislative procedure in Bavaria.)

it selects the Bavarian Prime Minister and confirms the members of the Bavarian state government.

It practices control of the state government by that Quotation right and the possibility for the installation from committees of inquiry . A vote of no confidence is not intended in the Bavarian condition, however the Prime Minister must withdraw, if a trusting co-operation with the federal state parliament is no longer possible due to political conditions. If he does not do that, he can forwardsthe Bavarian constitutional court yard to be accused.

The moreover the choice examination and the choice of the Bavarian commisioner for data protection are incumbent on the federal state parliament.

federal state parliament president

the federal state parliament president is selected in the constituent meeting after the choice as well as the presidency by the federal state parliament. The president leads the businessthe federal state parliament, represents the state in all legal transactions and law cases of the federal state parliament. It exercises the house right and the Polizeigewalt in federal state parliament building.

The president leads the meetings of the plenary assembly, the presidency and the Council of Elders. It practices the supervision of service over the members of the office for federal state parliament and thoseOffice of the nationalassigned for the data security out. The federal state parliament president is protokollarisch after the Prime Minister the “second man in the state”.

One of the most important federal state parliament presidents was Franz Heubl (CSU) (1978-1990).

Present president of the federal state parliament is Alois luck (CSU). Barbara trunk (CSU) and Professor. Dr. Peter Paul Gantzer(SPD) are its deputies.

Former federal state parliament presidents were

elections of the federal parliament

election result of 21. September 2003

into the federal state parliament selected parties (min. 5%):

not selected parties (< 5%):

  • Other parties, candidates altogether 12.00%

The Party of Democratic Socialism Bavaria and the DKP Bavaria did not begin to the choice.

Weimar Republic

1919: BVP 35.0% - 66 seats | SPD 33.0% - 61 seats | DVP 14.0% - 25 seats | BBB 9.1% -16 seats |NLP 5.8% - 9 seats | USPD 2.5% - 3 seats
1920: BVP 39.4% - 65 seats | SPD 16.4% - 25 seats | DNVP/DVP 13.5% - 19 seats | USPD 12.9% - 20 seats | Strip packing 8.1% -12 seats |BBB 7.9% - 12 seats | KPD 1.7% - 2 seats - the by-election of the three Coburger delegates to 7. November 1920 resulted in ever a further delegate for DNVP/DVP, SPD and strip packing
1924: BVP 32.8% - 46 seats | SPD 17.2%- 23 seats |Völki block 17.1% - 23 seats | DNVP/DVP - Pfalz 9.4% - 11 seats | KPD 8.3% - 9 seats | BBB 7.1% - 10 seats | German block 3.2% - 3 seats | Center 1.9% - 2 seats | DVP 1.0% - 1 seat | A group of officials of 0.8% - 1 seat
1928: BVP 31.6% - 46 seats | SPD 24.2% - 34 seats | BBB 11.5% - 17 seats | DNVP/DVP - Pfalz 9.3% - of 13 seats | NSDAP 6.1% - 9 seats|KPD 3.8% - 5 seats | DVP 3.3% - 4 seats
1932: BVP 32.6% - 45 seats | NSDAP 32.5% - 43 seats | SPD 15.5% - 20 seats | KPD 6.6% - 8 seats | BBB 3.3% - 3 seats

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Federal Republic of Germany

1946: CSU 52.3% - 104 seats | SPD 28.6% - 54 seats | WAV 7.4% - 13 seats | FDP 5.7% - 9 seats
1950: SPD 28.0% - 63 seats | CSU 27.4% - 64 seats | BP 17.9% -39 seats |BHE/DG 12.3% - 26 seats | FDP 7.1% - 12 seats
1954: CSU 38.0% - 83 seats | SPD 28.1% - 61 seats | BP 13.2% - 28 seats | GB/BHE 10.2% - 19 seats | FDP 7.2% -13 seats
1958: CSU 45.6% - 101 seats | SPD 30.8% - 64 seats | GB/BHE 8.6% - 17 seats | BP 8.1% - 14 seats | FDP 5.6% - 8 seats
1962: CSU 47.5% - 108 seats | SPD 35.3% - 79Seats |FDP 5.9% - 9 seats | BP 4.8% - 8 seats
1966: CSU 48.1% - 110 seats | SPD 35.8% - 79 seats | NPD 7.4% - 15 seats
1970: CSU 56.4% - 124 seats | SPD 33.3% - 70 seats|FDP 5.6% - 10 seats
1974: CSU 62.1% - 132 seats | SPD 30.2% - 64 seats | FDP 5.2% - 8 seats
1978: CSU 59.1% - 129 seats | SPD 31.4% - 65 seats | FDP 6.2% - 10 seats
1982: CSU 58.3% - 133 seats | SPD 31.9% - 71 seats
1986: CSU 55.8% - 128 seats | SPD 27.5% - 61 seats | The GREEN 7.5% - 15 seats
1990: CSU 54.9% - 127 seats | SPD 26.0% - 58 seats | The GREEN 6.4% - 12 seats | FDP 5.2% - 7 seats
1994: CSU 52.8% - 120 seats | SPD 30.0% - 70 seats | The GREEN 6.1% - 14 seats
1998: CSU 52.9% - 123 seats | SPD 28.7% - 67 seats | The GREEN5.7% - 14 seats
2003: CSU 60.7% - 124 seats | SPD 19.6% - 41 seats | The GREEN 7.7% - 15 seats
At 100% missing seats = in the federal state parliament of not representing choice suggestions.

Since 1962 the CSU does not have the absolute majority in the Bavarian federal state parliamentmore lost. The weak position of the SPD was parodiert already several times, approximately of the PARTY, which explained 2003 as the election of the federal parliament representatively of the SPD: “We give up”.

delegates 2003 - to 2008

see article list of the members of the Bavarian federal state parliament (15. Electoral period)

delegates 1998 - to 2003

see article list of the members of the Bavarian federal state parliament (14. Electoral period)

committees

constant committees

  • national budget and financial questions - Chairmen Manfred oh (CSU)
  • condition, on the right of, and Palamentsfragen - Chairmen Franz Schindler (SPD)
  • local one questionsand internal security - chairman Dr. Jakob Kreidl (CSU)
  • economics, infrastructure, traffic and technology - chairmen Franz Josef Pschierer (CSU)
  • agriculture and forests - Chairmen Helmut Brunner (CSU)
  • social, health and family policy - Chairman Joachim illusion-creates (SPD)
  • university, research and culture - Chairman Dr. Ludwig Spaenle (CSU)
  • education, youth and sport - Chairman Professor. Dr. Gerhard Waschler (CSU)
  • questions of the public service - Chairman Professor. Dr. Walter Eykmann (CSU)
  • inputs and complaints - Chairmen Alexander king (CSU)
  • federation and European affairs - Chairman Dr. Martin Runge (Alliance 90/Die the Green)
  • environmentaland VEB smoker protection - chairmen Henning Kaul (CSU)

committees of inquiry

committee of inquiry hollow Meier - chairman Engelbert Kupka (CSU)

Enquetekommissionen

Jungsein in Bavaria - future prospects for the coming generations - chairmen Bernd Sibler (CSU)

further committees

  • parliamentary control committee - chairmen Harsh ore Ettengruber (CSU)
  • data protection committee - chairmen Hans Gerhard Stockinger (CSU)
  • judge electoral committee - president Alois luck (CSU)
  • intermediate committee - president Alois luck (CSU)

see also

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