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Wahllokal Ost

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Wahllokal Ost

A news podcast in German from Jenny Günther, Frank Staudinger

Die Landtagswahlen in Brandenburg und Sachsen stehen vor der Tür. Bevor wir - Jenny und Frank - sie reinlassen, arbeiten wir die abgelaufene Wahlperiode auf.

Es gibt die Wahlprogramme der Parteien von 2014 und 2019. Wir schauen uns die Koalitionsvereinbarungen und Regierungsarbeit an und analysieren natürlich auch die Arbeit im Parlament.

Das ganze geht wöchentlich über die Bühne: Jede Woche eine Partei. Erst die Fakten, dann die Bewertung. Freitags wird aufgenommen und sonntags veröffentlicht.

Damit Ihr wisst, wo wir das alles so wissen: Unsere Quellen und Vorbereitung stellen wir in den Shownotes der jeweiligen Folge zur Verfügung.

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