Alliance 90/The Greens

  • alliance 90/the greens

    bündnis 90/die grünen
    chairpersonsannalena baerbock
    robert habeck
    (co-leaders)
    deputy chairpersonsjamila schäfer
    gesine agena
    founded13 jan 1980 (the greens)
    feb 1990 (alliance 90)
    1993 (merger of the greens and alliance 90)
    headquartersplatz vor dem neuen tor 1
    10115 berlin
    membership (december 2019)increase95,000[1]
    ideologygreen politics[2]
    pro-europeanism[3]
    social liberalism[4]
    european federalism[5]
    political positioncentre-left[6]
    european affiliationeuropean green party
    international affiliationglobal greens
    european parliament groupgreens/efa
    colours     green
    bundestag
    67 / 709
    bundesrat
    12 / 69
    state parliaments
    264 / 1,868
    european parliament
    21 / 96
    ministers-president of states
    1 / 16
    party flag
    www.gruene.de
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    alliance 90/the greens, often simply greens (german: bündnis 90/die grünen or grüne; [ˈbʏntnɪs ˈnɔʏntsɪç diː ˈgʁyːnən, ˈgʁyːnə]), is a green political party in germany[2] that was formed in 1993 from the merger of the german green party (founded in west germany in 1980 and merged with the east greens in 1990) and alliance 90 (founded during the revolution of 1989–1990 in east germany).[7] the party focuses on ecological, economic, and social sustainability. since january 2018 annalena baerbock and robert habeck have co-led the party. in the 2017 federal elections the greens came sixth with 8.9% of the votes and 67 out of 709 seats in the bundestag.

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Alliance 90/The Greens

Bündnis 90/Die Grünen
ChairpersonsAnnalena Baerbock
Robert Habeck
(Co-leaders)
Deputy ChairpersonsJamila Schäfer
Gesine Agena
Founded13 Jan 1980 (The Greens)
Feb 1990 (Alliance 90)
1993 (Merger of The Greens and Alliance 90)
HeadquartersPlatz vor dem Neuen Tor 1
10115 Berlin
Membership (December 2019)Increase95,000[1]
IdeologyGreen politics[2]
Pro-Europeanism[3]
Social liberalism[4]
European federalism[5]
Political positionCentre-left[6]
European affiliationEuropean Green Party
International affiliationGlobal Greens
European Parliament groupGreens/EFA
Colours     Green
Bundestag
67 / 709
Bundesrat
12 / 69
State Parliaments
264 / 1,868
European Parliament
21 / 96
Ministers-president of states
1 / 16
Party flag
www.gruene.de

Alliance 90/The Greens, often simply Greens (German: Bündnis 90/Die Grünen or Grüne; [ˈbʏntnɪs ˈnɔʏntsɪç diː ˈgʁyːnən, ˈgʁyːnə]), is a green political party in Germany[2] that was formed in 1993 from the merger of the German Green Party (founded in West Germany in 1980 and merged with the East Greens in 1990) and Alliance 90 (founded during the Revolution of 1989–1990 in East Germany).[7] The party focuses on ecological, economic, and social sustainability. Since January 2018 Annalena Baerbock and Robert Habeck have co-led the party. In the 2017 federal elections the Greens came sixth with 8.9% of the votes and 67 out of 709 seats in the Bundestag.