He made this decision personally, said Wermuth on Tuesday in front of the media in Aarau. Not his political career is standing in the foreground, but the responsibility for the Whole. The forces for social and ecological change would have to be bundled.
since the time for a green Aargauer Councillor of state, said Müri. It could not be that two right-wing men would have represented the Canton of Aargau in the Swiss Council of States. The green Grossrätin and councillor of Baden receives on the second ballot, the support of the SP.
How to delivery of the first ballot?
In the first round of elections for the Council of States, no Candidate had managed to do the absolute More. The field is led by Thierry Burkart (FDP), and Hans-jörg Knecht (SVP). Burkart and servant to come to the second ballot.
Wermuth received more than 16’000 votes less than a servant, and landed on the third place. As the national Council Wermuth was elected again.
The fourth-place Ruth Müri (Green), Grossrätin and Baden councillor occupied. It Marianne Binder (CVP) followed. She was elected to the national Council. No chance of the re-elected GLP-national Council Beat remained Flat, BDP-Grossrätin Maya Bally and the EPP-the Parliament Roland Mrs snug.
when is the second round?
The second round will take place on 24. November instead. Then the two Candidates are chosen, the most votes received. Pascale Bruderer (SP) and Philipp Müller (FDP) represented in the last four years, the Canton of Aargau in the Swiss Council of States. You no longer occurred.
SP and the greens also agreed on the procedure with a view to the councillor by-election. SP-national councillor Yvonne Feri compete for the Parliament Severin Lüscher (Green) pulls back.
Feri had achieved the second place behind the Swiss people’s party cantonal Parliament Jean-Pierre Gallati. The candidate of the Green party was on the fifth place. The candidates of FDP and GLP withdrew. (SDA)
the National Council and Council of States elections to 2019
On the 20. In October the Federal Parliament elections in Switzerland. The total of 200 seats in the national Council are distributed according to the number of population in the cantons, and need to be re-elected. Also the 46 seats of the Council of States to be re-awarded.
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