The new German elections are expected to be held on April 18.
A few days before the vote, a poll for the National People’s Party (Über Allgemeine Demokratische Partei) is set to be published.
But how will it be done?
The Federal Constitutional Court (Bundesverfassungsgerichtshof) will be the final arbiter of how the elections will be conducted, according to the ruling of the court’s lower court, which ruled in February that the constitutional amendment would be illegal.
The Constitutional Court also ruled that the vote for the German federal parliament should be conducted in German and not in the other official languages.
The decision came after the German Constitutional Court ruled in January that the right to elect parliament should not be restricted to the official languages of the parties that win seats in the lower house of the Bundestag.
The court’s ruling is expected to have a big impact on German elections as well as those of all other states.
What are the rules for the vote?
The Federal Election Law, which came into force in September, states that no one but the president and two-thirds of the members of the federal parliament can cast ballots.
The constitution allows for no more than one vote per voter.
But this is less of an issue in the German states, where there are at least 10 million people in the country.
For those who are eligible, the Federal Electoral Office will also run the vote.
How many seats will be up for grabs?
There are currently 5,000 seats in Germany’s federal parliament.
The first seats are held by the Bundesvollziehungsratie, or the Greens.
The Greens currently have 5,300 seats, which translates to an absolute majority of seats.
The current leader of the party, Thomas Oppermann, is the party’s only representative in parliament.
If the Greens were to win seats, the next election would have to be set in a different way.
There are currently 17 candidates in the race for seats in parliament, including two who are expected in the final round of voting.
The Bundesverband, the ruling party in parliament currently holding the three seats currently vacant, has a smaller majority of 3,000.
The governing Social Democrats have 2,000 more votes than the Greens, but they are not expected to win any seats.
However, the SPD and the Left Party have a combined 2,500 seats.
How will the result affect the country’s future?
A victory for the Greens could mean the end of the country as we know it.
It could also lead to a massive shift in the political system.
It has been four years since the Greens won the most seats in German parliament, and they have yet to win a single seat.
The new system is more like the UK than Germany.
In Britain, the opposition Labour Party has been in power for more than 30 years.
The Conservatives have dominated the country for the past half-century.
In the past decade, Germany’s government has been dominated by the far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD), which has been gaining popularity and becoming the largest party in Germany.
Who will win the elections?
Whoever wins will probably get the most votes in the election, and it is possible that a number of candidates could be nominated by the other parties, including the centre-left Social Democrats.
The far-left Die Linke has the biggest number of votes and will likely get more than 200 seats.
The Greens have won more than 15% of the votes so far, according the latest polls, and have won about 25% of votes in local elections in recent years.
It is likely that the Greens will be able to win even more seats than the current total.