Democracy in Germany - this is how the political climate has changed
In a democracy like Germany, elections are fundamentally important for co-determination and political participation. Nevertheless, voter turnout is falling. At the same time, loyalty to specific parties is also declining. What is happening in Germany's political system right now? And why, more than 30 years after reunification, are there still such massive differences in the understanding of democracy and voting behavior between East and West? That's what the conversation between principal investigator Steffen Moderator and host Ursula Weidenfeld in the podcast "Tonspur Wissen" was centered on. The podcast is only available in German.
News from Mar 09, 2021