Actually, the Bundestag, which has grown to 709 members, is supposed to become smaller again. But according to one expert, the exact opposite could happen in the September elections.
New measures in the fight against the Corona pandemic: On Wednesday, new regulations apply, for example, to assessment criteria of the pandemic situation and to information on the vaccination status of employees.
Germany promotes democracy worldwide in its development cooperation and on a multilateral level.
What do the parties in Germany actually stand for? And what does that mean for my voting decision?
What types of majorities exist? How many young voters get to vote for the first time? And what is it about the opposition?
Did you know that Germany's Federal Constitutional Court is one of the most powerful supervisory bodies in the world?
The number of Corona patients in hospitals is to be the main yardstick for assessing the pandemic situation in future.
The reason is climate change. These disasters cause devastating damage and cost many people their lives.
What is a direct mandate? Who coordinates such an election? And what do you do if you don't have time to vote on election day?
What is active and passive suffrage? And is the election valid even if almost no one goes? You can find the answers in the ABC of voting for the Bundestag elections.
Chancellor Angela Merkel is a member of the CDU/CSU. With her resignation: Who from her party is now standing for election as Chancellor? It's Armin Laschet. Discover all about Merkel's possible successor and his political goals here.
Could there be another woman at the top of German politics after Angela Merkel? Annalena Baerbock is running for Chancellor for the Green Party in this year's Bundestag elections. Find out all about her here.