On 18 September, two elections are taking place – the BVV (District Assembly) elections, and the Abgeordnetenhaus (local parliament) elections.
In the BVV elections, all EU citizens are allowed to vote. Unlike the European elections, it’s enough if you are registered as living here. Your name has been entered into the electoral register and you will soon receive voting papers. Until now, very few non-German EU citizens have voted in the BVV elections. We would like to change this.
Read our election leaflet in English, German, Spanish, French, Polish, Turkish, Arabic, Greek, Italian, Serbo-Croat, Dutch and Catalan. And come to our election meeting on Monday, September 5th and Monday, September 12th.:
Non-Germans and the Berlin elections. What are my voting rights? Why should I vote? Who should I vote for? Die LINKE Neukölln, Wipperstraße 6 (U-/S-Bahn Neukölln) Monday September 5th at 7pm
Non-Germans and the Berlin elections. What are my voting rights? Why should I vote? Who should I vote for? jugend Widerstand Museum, Rigaerstraße 9-10 (U-Bahn Frankfurter Tor) Monday September 12th at 7pm
The English-German flyer is available as a PDF here. Please feel free to print out your own copies: