160.076 votes were received.
196.597 approvals were given in the topic voting on openPetition .
In February, topics for ABSTIMMUNG21 be proposed through petitions.
In March we presented 8 million openPetition -Aktiv all topic proposals that made it into the voting.
The topic proposal with the most votes in the voting was voted on.
Note: The topic "abolition of the contribution funding of public broadcasting" has been declared after re-examination of the admissibility inadmissible because the Bundestag here is not responsible, but the state legislatures of the states. Correct powers are necessary to ensure the proper conduct of the vote.
level 3: Nationwide voting
344.556 Menschen haben die Abstimmungsunterlagen bestellt. 160.076 schickten sie zurück und nahmen damit an der ersten selbst organisierten bundesweiten Volksabstimmung teil. Sie stimmten über die vier Themen "Keine Profite mit Krankenhäusern", "Widerspruchsregelung bei der Organspende", "Maßnahmen zur Klimawende" und "Einführung bundesweiter Volksentscheide" ab.
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Before voting, you will be informed! So that everyone is equally informed and can form their own opinion, neutral voting booklets with arguments for and against are drawn up and made available to everyone. The voting book is an integral part of the voting.
Before voting, there is a debate! House parliaments are private roundtables that debate a political issue. With the House Parliaments, we want to enable civil society engagement where opinions arise: at home while dining with the family, talking to friends and acquaintances in a café, at the regulars' table or in the park. With the House Parliaments, we would like to make the exchange of views and discussions an integral part of referendums.
With ABSTIMMUNG21 we organized the first nationwide referendum in the history of the Federal Republic of Germany - with you! Because more than 160,000 people voted on the four topics by postal vote in September. And we won't stop until nationwide referendums are a reality. So be there again next year!