Lower Austria

  • Posted on August 8, 2016 at 8:33 am

Distribution of political camps in the country at the Enns in the Landtag election in 1921 was educated 1921 the basis for the political system lower Austria further at the beginning of the Republican in Austria with the Landtag election. With the election of April 24 1921 which established the three political camps, i.e. the social democratic, Christian social, and the third camp in this country after 1919 for the second time after the end of the monarchy, and showed in the basics to ensure clear fragmentation, that spread a corresponding political geography in the sense of a differentiated distribution of political camps in lower Austria, Austria. This distinction continues today in their fundamentals. Fundamentals of the political system of lower Austria the basics of the political system lower formed after the Landtag elections in 1919 the Landtag elections in 1921 in the province of lower Austria, where a.o. the capital Vienna was no longer a part of the province of lower Austria… The Christian social Partei(CSP) scored 49.2% and 32 seats, the social democratic Workers Party (SDAP) scored 36.9% and mandates, and the greater German parties of the national liberal 3.Lagers % 12.6% and 6 seats. Thus laid the Foundation for the regional system of the party, which rules the political landscape of the province of lower Austria also still largely at the beginning of the 21.Jahrhundertes.

Result of this election result was Christian (SDAP) composed a large coalition of social Partei(CSP) and social-democratic labour party. Regional constituency boundaries in four parts of the country the regional constituency boundaries outside of Vienna is in four parts divided: a quarter above the Manhartsberg, quarter under the Manhartsberg, quarter above the Wienerwald and below the Wienerwald. While votes accounted for 25% given by the the quarter above the Wienerwald, 37% on the quarter in the Wienerwald, 16% on the quarter above the Manhartsberg and 22% on the quarter in the Vienna Woods.

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