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The parliamentary group of "Bündnis 90/Die Grünen" in the "Abgeordnetenhaus", the regional parliament of the city state Berlin, consists of 23 representatives. Of these, 13 are women. During the city-wide elections of 2006, "Bündnis 90/Die Grünen" managed to win 13.1% of the overall votes.
Political content has always been the major focal point of Green parliamentary groups. Helping the Berlin representatives in coordinating their work as well as areas of expertise, and structuring and leading internal discussions, is the elected Parliamentary Group Executive Committee. It is made up of two Chairmen with equal rights (gender balance is always maintained) and three Vice-Chairmen.
The representatives receive further assistance from the Parliamentary Group Researchers who are experts in specific topics and are happy to answer any specific questions that you may have. All organisational and administrative work within the parliamentary group is being handled by the Parliamentary Group Secretary and the Group Bureau. Press and public relation work is handled by the Press Office.Parliamentary Group Secretary
We want Berlin to be green, eco-friendly, caring and a city that it is worth living in. Our main political topics are education, climate change, the integration of migrants, an attractive and efficient public transport system, sustainable city planning, civil rights for each and every citizen, and reaching a Green New Deal for Berlin – because climate change concerns us all and must be taken into consideration when dealing with the economic crisis.
Berlin is in the middle of a major financial budget crisis with debts of almost 60 billion Euros. We believe that debts of that order of magnitude must not be left to our children and grandchildren to deal with. We need workable green solutions now so finding ways out of the budget crisis is one of our main political tasks.
Funds should be made available for the education system and to make the public infrastructure more energy efficient. Investing in these areas benefits the local economy today and our children in the future.