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We want to show you how different the democracy on federal level is in… … Germany … Poland … Finland … Austria
Popular vote in Germany Similar to a decision of the parliament Not compulsive Quorum of 25% (regular laws) Quorum of 50% (constitution changes)
Poland 16 Wojewodztwo Wojewodztwo = biggest Organisationdevic Boss from Sejmik Marszalek
PEOPLE Vote SEJMIK MARSZALEK w at c h Wojewoda
Finland divided into 20 counties provinces abolished in 2010 replaced by Regional State Administrative Agencies Centre for Economic Development, Transport and the Environment
Tasks basic public services, legal rights and permits Occupational safety and health Enviromental permits Fire and rescue services and preparedness The police
Austria Landtag elected every 5 years governor is pledged by the federal president 36 members of the Landtag
Party SPÖ (17 seats) ÖVP (14 seats) FPÖ (3 seats) GRÜNE (2 seats)
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