In this episode of the series „German politics explained“, I give you a very exclusive episode this time. MP Simone Wendland invited us to the State Parliament of North Rhine – Westphalia and gave us not only an interview, but also an interesting tour and a lot of access . And we could join her at the visit of the Buddhist Community Münster from her constituency to Parliament.
For those who are interested, I would like to give an overview of German politics and its structures in this series. Normally you learn in other countries at most something about German history, but rarely something about today’s Germany and its political structures.
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