Landtag of Saarland
|26 March 2017|
|Landtag of Saarland|
The Landtag of Saarland is the state diet of the German federal state of Saarland. It convenes in Saarbrücken and currently consists of 51 members of five parties. The Minister-President of Saarland is Tobias Hans. After the collapse of the Jamaica Coalition between the CDU, FDP and The Greens in January 2012, the Saarland was governed by a minority government consisted solely of the Christian Democratic Union that held 19 seats, which was 7 seats short of a majority. Following the state elections in March 2012, the CDU formed a grand coalition with the SPD.
The last election of the Landtag of Saarland was on 26 March 2017.
|Christian Democratic Union (CDU)||24|
|Social Democratic Party (SPD)||17|
|The Left (DIE LINKE)||7|
|Alternative for Germany (AfD)||3|
 Elections are conducted using a proportional representation system, with a 5% threshold to receive seats.
- List of Presidents of the Landtag of Saarland
- 1999 Saarland state election
- 2004 Saarland state election
- 2009 Saarland state election
- 2012 Saarland state election
- "CDU gewinnt Landtagswahl". tagesschau. 25 March 2012. Retrieved 26 March 2012.
- "Strategiespiel ums Kabinett". SZ Online. 24 April 2012.
- Official website (in German)
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