Composition of the german regional parliaments

Germany's federal system comprises 16 state parliaments (the German terms are: Landtag in large states, Bürgerschaft in Bremen and Hamburg, Abgeordnetenhaus in Berlin), each including directly elected representatives.

Parties in Each Parliament

  Seats Majority   SPD CDU CSU GRÜNE FDP LINKE PIRATEN FW NPD Others Legislative session next election
Baden-Wuerttemberg 138 70   35 60 - 36 7 - - - - - 5 years 2016
Bavaria 180 91   42 - 101 18 - - - 19 - - 5 years 2018
Berlin 149 75   47 38 - 29 - 19 15 - - Independent 1 5 years 2016
Brandenburg 88 45   30 19 - 6 7 25 - - - Independent 1 5 years 2014
Bremen 83 42   36 20 - 21 - 5 - - - BIW 1 4 years 2015
Hamburg 121 61   62 28 - 14 9 8 - - - - 4 years 2015
Hesse 110 56   37 47 - 14 6 6 - - - - 5 years 2013
Mecklenburg-Vorpommern 71 36   27 18 - 7 - 14 - - 5 - 5 years 2016
Lower Saxony 137 69   49 54 - 20 14 - - - - - 5 years 2018
North Rhine-Westphalia 237 119   99 67 - 29 22 - 20 - - - 5 years 2017
Rheinland-Pfalz 101 51   42 41 - 18 - - - - - - 5 years 2016
Saarland 51 26   18 19 - 2 - 8 4 - - - 5 years 2017
Saxony 132 67   14 58 - 9 14 29 - - 8 - 5 years 2014
Saxony-Anhalt 105 53   26 42 - 9 - 28 - - - - 5 years 2016
Schleswig-Holstein 69 35   22 22 - 10 6 - 6 - - SSW 3 5 years 2017
Thuringia 88 45   19 30 - 6 7 26 - - - - 5 years 2014
1860     605 563 101 248 92 168 45 19 13 6    
in % 100     31.7 30.0 4.9 13.4 6.5 9.0 2.4 1.1 0.7 0.4    

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