North Rhine-Westphalia: New NRW state parliament has been constituted

Düsseldorf (dpa/lnw) - Two and a half weeks after the state elections in North Rhine-Westphalia, the new state parliament was constituted in Düsseldorf on Wednesday.

North Rhine-Westphalia: New NRW state parliament has been constituted

Düsseldorf (dpa/lnw) - Two and a half weeks after the state elections in North Rhine-Westphalia, the new state parliament was constituted in Düsseldorf on Wednesday. The 69-year-old Senior President Herbert Reul (CDU) opened the meeting and committed all 195 elected to the oath formula, according to which they should "devote all their strength to the well-being of the state of North Rhine-Westphalia, increase its benefits" and avert damage to it.

The state parliament is four fewer than in the last electoral term. The strongest faction in the state elections on May 15 was once again the CDU. Your number of deputies has grown by 4 to 76 deputies. In contrast, the SPD faction shrinks by 13 to 56 deputies. With 39 MPs, the Greens have 25 more than before. FDP (previously: 16) and AfD (previously: 13) only have 12 seats each.

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