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The Left (Germany): The Left (Germany) Politicians, Lutz Heilmann, Oskar LaFontaine, Hans Coppi, JR., Gregor Gysi, Norman Paech, Lucy Redl

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Published August 18th 2011
ISBN : 9781233065066
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34 pages
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 33. Chapters: The Left (Germany) politicians, Lutz Heilmann, Oskar Lafontaine, Hans Coppi, Jr., Gregor Gysi, NormanMorePlease note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 33. Chapters: The Left (Germany) politicians, Lutz Heilmann, Oskar Lafontaine, Hans Coppi, Jr., Gregor Gysi, Norman Paech, Lucy Redler, Heinrich Graf von Einsiedel, Neues Deutschland, Lothar Bisky, Mark Bergfeld, Peter Sodann, List of German Left Party politicians, Elmar Altvater, Hans Modrow, B rbel Beuermann, Luc Jochimsen, Annette Groth, Willi van Ooyen, Katina Schubert, Ruth Fuchs, Gesine L tzsch, Petra Pau, Hakk? Keskin, Inge H ger, Bodo Ramelow, Klaus Ernst, Kersten Artus, Julia Bonk, Rosemarie Hein, Ulla Jelpke, Thomas Nord, Peter Porsch, Gerlinde Stobrawa, Katja Kipping, Sevim Da?delen, Sabine J nger, Renate Adolph, Wolfgang Ne kovi?, Eva Bulling-Schr ter, Carsten Schatz, Dietmar Bartsch, Christine Buchholz, H seyin Kenan Ayd?n, Heidrun Bluhm, Martina Bunge, Karin Binder, J rn Wunderlich, Roland Claus. Excerpt: The Left (German: ), also commonly referred to as the Left Party (German: ), is a democratic socialist political party in Germany. The Left is the most left-wing party of the five represented in the Bundestag. The party was founded on June 16, 2007, as the merger of the Party of Democratic Socialism (PDS) -the successor of the Socialist Unity Party of Germany (SED- the ruling party of East Germany until 1989)-and the Electoral Alternative for Labour and Social Justice (WASG). While the PDS was considered by German authorities as partly extremist, the WASG was not considered extremist. Its co-chairs are Klaus Ernst and Gesine L tzsch. In the Bundestag the party has 76 out of 622 seats after polling 11.9% of the vote in the 2009 federal elections. Internationally, The Left is a member of the Party of the European Left and is the largest party in the GUE/NGL grouping in the European Parliament. According to official party figures, the Left Party had 77,645 registered members as of September 2009, making it the fourth-...