List of federal assemblies of Alliance 90 / The Greens - Liste der Wahlergebnisse und Regierungsbeteiligungen von Bündnis 90/Die Grünen

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The Federal Delegate Conference (BDK) or Federal Assembly is the highest decision-making body of the Bündnis 90 / Die Grünen party (until it is united with Bündnis 90 in 1993 Die Grünen ) and corresponds to the federal party congress of other parties. According to the statutes, the official name of the federal party congress is the federal assembly, but the term federal delegates' conference is common in common usage . On it, the delegates elect the federal executive board, the candidates from the European election list, the members of the party council, the federal arbitration tribunal and the federal auditors and decide on the program and statutes.

The federal delegates' conference takes place at least once a year. Each district association sends at least one delegate to the Federal Assembly, depending on its size. When the Greens united with Bündnis 90, the East German state associations were granted special rights. They are entitled to around 110 of the 820 delegate seats. [1]

List of federal assemblies

No. date place Important resolutions, board elections, special features
1. 14.-16. May 1993 Leipzig Unification party conference of the Greens and Alliance 90, entry into force of the Association Agreement between Alliance 90 and The Greens after a successful ballot in both parties;
Board election: Marianne Birthler , Ludger Volmer
October 9, 1993 Bonn Debate on the use of military means and political demands by the Greens in view of the war in the former Yugoslavia
2. 12.–14. November 1993 Aachen Change of women's statute;
List of the European elections on June 12, 1994 with the top candidates, Claudia Roth, Wolfgang Ullmann , Hiltrud Breyer , Frieder Otto Wolf , Elisabeth Schroedter , Friedrich-Wilhelm Graefe zu Baringdorf, Undine von Blottnitz, Daniel Cohn-Bendit , Birgit Cramon-Daiber , Wolfgang Kreissl-Dörfler
3. 25-27 February 1994 Mannheim Election platform for the Federal Parliament election 1994 ; Recognition of the Green Alternative Youth Alliance (GAJB)
4. 5. November 1994 Cologne Debate about a modification of the separation of office and mandate, the separation is retained and supplemented by members of a government or the European Commission; Inclusion of the women's statute in the statutes
5. 3rd to 4th December 1994 Potsdam Decision to move the federal office from Haus Wittgenstein to Bonn;
Board election : Krista Sager , Jürgen Trittin
6. 1st - 3rd December 1995 Bremen Establishment of a federal training funding fund (BAFF); Decision to buy a house and to move the federal office from Bonn to Berlin
7. 1st - 3rd March 1996 Mainz Resolutions on structural reform and structural aid in the East
8. November 29
- December 1, 1996
Suhl Board of Directors election : Gunda Röstel , Jürgen Trittin
9. 15. November 1997 Kassel
10. 6-8 March 1998 Magdeburg Election program for the 1998 Bundestag election , great media coverage follows the “five-mark resolution” (demand that a liter of petrol should cost five DM ); Negotiating Commission (provisions for coalition negotiations with the SPD after a possible election victory)
11. 23-25 October 1998 Bonn Evaluation of the Bundestag election, participation of Bündnis 90 / Die Grünen in the federal government for the first time; Structural reform (adapting the party structures to the new challenges as a governing party); Consultation and approval of the coalition agreement with the SPD; Abolition of the separation of office and mandate for members of the federal government
12. 11-13 December 1998 Leipzig Comprehensive debate on the statutes, including the establishment of the new body of the party council , for which there is no separation of office and mandate;
Board election: Gunda Röstel, Antje Radcke
13. 5th-7th March 1999 Erfurt Compilation of the election list for the 1999 European elections with the top candidates Heide Rühle , Friedrich-Wilhelm Graefe zu Baringdorf , Hiltrud Breyer , Wolfgang Kreissl-Dörfler , Ilka Schröder , Ozan Ceyhun , Elisabeth Schroedter , Frieder Otto Wolf , Edith Müller , Klaus-Dieter Feige
13. May 1999 Bielefeld Resolution on the Kosovo / Yugoslav wars with an emotionally charged debate and a paint bag attack on Joschka Fischer
14. 17th-19th March 2000 Karlsruhe Decision to phase out nuclear energy
15. 23./24. June 2000 Münster Board election: Renate Künast , Fritz Kuhn ; considerable course corrections; The party council became the strategic center after the separation of office and mandate was abolished so that the most important actors of the federal government, the parliamentary group, the federal executive board and the states now had a joint body
16. 9-11 March 2001 Stuttgart Election of the board of directors: Claudia Roth , Fritz Kuhn
17. 24./25. November 2001 Rostock Admission of the Green Youth to the federal party
18. March 17, 2002 Berlin Resolution of the basic program "The future is green" [2] with a majority of 90 percent, it replaces the federal program from 1980
19. 4./5. May 2002 Wiesbaden Program for the federal election on September 22, 2002
20. 18./19. October 2002 Bremen Decision to accept the coalition agreement with the SPD; Debate on abolishing the separation of office and mandate; in the vote, a 2/3 majority, changing the statutes, is missed by 20 votes
21. 7/8 December 2002 Hannover Board elections: Angelika Beer and Reinhard Bütikofer ; Claudia Roth and Fritz Kuhn are not running again after the Federal Conference of Delegates rejects a motion to abolish the separation of office and mandate with a narrow blocking minority
14./15. June 2003 Cottbus Resolutions: labor market and social policy; Green reform policy and Agenda 2010 ; Labor market reform Hartz IV ; Master plan to combat youth unemployment and lack of training for young people
22. 28.–30. November 2003 Dresden Compilation of the electoral list for the 2004 European elections ; Resolutions: manifesto for the European elections
23. 2nd / 3rd October 2004 Kiel Board election: Claudia Roth and Reinhard Bütikofer ; this election was possible because a ballot had loosened the previously strict separation of office and mandate and now one third of the federal board members can also be members of the Bundestag
24. 9/10 July 2005 Berlin Election program for the 2005 Bundestag election
25. October 15, 2005 Oldenburg
26. 1st - 3rd December 2006 Cologne Board elections: Claudia Roth and Reinhard Bütikofer
15. September 2007 Göttingen
27. 23.–25. November 2007 Nürnberg
28. 14.–16. November 2008 Erfurt
29. 23-25 January 2009 Dortmund Election manifesto for the European elections 2009 ; List of European elections
30. May 8, 2009 Berlin Election program for the 2009 Bundestag election
31. 24./25. October 2009 Rostock
32. 19.–21. November 2010 Freiburg
25. June 2011 Berlin Debate about the energy transition and the phase-out of nuclear power in the Federal Republic of Germany after the Fukushima nuclear disaster
33. 25.–27. November 2011 Kiel
34. 16.–18. November 2012 Hannover
35. 26.–28. April 2013 Berlin The election manifesto for the 2013 Bundestag election with the title “Time for Green Change” was adopted without dissenting votes and with one abstention; [3] it marked a clear shift to the left by the party. [4]
36. 18. – 20. October 2013 Berlin Election of the party executive and council, Simone Peter and Cem Özdemir elected as chairmen.
37. 7th-9th February 2014 Dresden
38. 21.–23. November 2014 Hamburg Nutrition and agricultural policy
39. 20.–22. November 2015 Halle (Saale) Immigration society, family and working time policy
40. 11.–13. November 2016 Münster
41. 16. – 18. June 2017 Berlin Election program for the 2017 Bundestag election with the title "The future is made of courage" [5]
42. 25. November 2017 Berlin Consequences of the 2017 federal election and the failed exploratory talks with the goal of a Jamaica coalition [6]
26.-27. January 2018 Hannover Elections of a federal executive committee and a party council [6] , postponed into the new year because of the failed coalition formation
43. 9.–11. November 2018 Leipzig Election program for the 2019 European elections , list of European elections
44. 15.–17. November 2019 Bielefeld
45. 20.–22. November 2020 Karlsruhe
Corona-related as a digital gathering, New Policy 2020 replaces the Policy 2002

Federal assemblies of the predecessor organizations 1979–1993

Other political association "The Greens" 1979

No. date place Important resolutions, board elections, special features
1. 17./18. March 1979 Frankfurt am Main Founding of the Other Political Association with delegates from GAZ , AUD and GLU ;
Board election: Herbert Gruhl (GAZ), August Haußleiter (AUD), Helmut Neddermeyer (GLU);
Participation in the European elections on June 10, 1979 with the top candidates Petra Kelly , Roland Vogt , Jürgen Marquardt, Baldur Springmann , Joseph Beuys , Georg Otto , Maria Nikola, Eva Quistorp , Erna Lämmermann, Carl Amery
2. 3.–4. November 1979 Offenbach Modalities for founding a party (delegate key, date for statute questions, program principles, transitional regulation for double memberships); Determination of the name of the future party ("The Greens") and the date of the founding party congress; Establishment of eco funds

The Greens 1980–1993

No. date place Important resolutions, board elections, special features
1. 12./13. January 1980 Karlsruhe Founding meeting with 1004 delegates from the member associations of the other political association (SPV) "The Greens", constitution of the federal party "The Greens", founding resolution is passed with a two-thirds majority of 875 against 53 with 12 abstentions; Statute; the SPV's European election program remains in force until a new party's program has been adopted; The board of directors of the SPV remains in office until the new election according to the statutes
2. 21-23 March 1980 Saarbrücken Adoption of the federal program;
Board election: August Haußleiter, Petra Kelly, Norbert Mann
3. 21./22. June 1980 Dortmund Decision to participate in the 1980 Bundestag election , adoption of an election platform;
August Haußleiter resigns as spokesman; Dieter Burgmann is elected for him
4. 2-4 October 1981 Offenbach Board election: Dieter Burgmann, Manon Maren-Grisebach , Petra Kelly
5. 12.–14. November 1982 Hagen Declaration by the Greens on economic policy, Hagen decision on cooperation with other parties;
Board election: Manon Maren-Grisebach, Wilhelm Knabe , Rainer Trampert
15./16. January 1983 Sindelfingen “Sindelfingen Resolutions” on the work of the green members of the Bundestag and theirs

Successor : diet control, rotation and basic access; Adoption of the program "Work meaningfully, live in solidarity"

4. – 5. June 1983 Hannover Evaluation of the Federal Parliament election; Strategy debate with keynote speeches by Rudolf Bahro , Rainer Trampert, among others
6. 18.–20. November 1983 Duisburg Declaration on peace policy "Dissolution of the military blocs - out of NATO !"; Treaty on Relations between the Federal Party and Alternative List Berlin ;
Board elections: Wilhelm Knabe, Rebekka Schmidt , Rainer Trampert
3rd / 4th March 1984 Karlsruhe Adoption of the Greens program for the 1984 European elections ; Choice of the top candidates

Friedrich-Wilhelm Graefe zu Baringdorf , Brigitte Heinrich , Benny Härlin , Undine von Blottnitz , Frank Schwalba-Hoth , Michael Klöckner , Dorothee Piermont , Wilfried Telkämper , Wolfgang von Nostitz , Jakob von Uexküll

7. 7th-9th December 1984 Hamburg Decision on the tasks of executive boards in the party, debate on prospects for green policy;
Board election: Lukas Beckmann , Jutta Ditfurth , Rainer Trampert
22./23. June 1985 Hagen
8. 13-15 December 1985 Offenburg Admission to the Alternative List Berlin as the Berlin State Association of the Greens;
Motions for voting against the three speakers in the federal executive committee are rejected
15./16. February 1986 Hagen
15.-19. May 1986 Hannover Adoption of the election platform for the 1987 federal election ; Amendments to the statutes (delegate key to federal assemblies, women's parity for party offices and electoral lists); Decisions and resolutions on the Chernobyl disaster ; Modification of the rotation resolution
26.–28. September 1986 Nürnberg Appointment of a foundation commission to establish a political foundation close to the green ; Adoption of the women's statute
9. 1.-3. May 1987 Duisburg Decision on professionalization and expense allowance for the federal executive board;
Board election: Jutta Ditfurth, Regina Michalik , Christian Schmidt
19.–20. September 1987 Oldenburg Fundamental decision on the establishment of a political foundation close to the green
10. 25-27 March 1988 Ludwigshafen am Rhein Recognition of the Rainbow Foundation Association with three individual foundations as a political foundation close to green (FrauenAnstiftung, Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung , Buntstift)
2-4 December 1988 Karlsruhe Partial adoption of the European election program and election of the five leading candidates: Rudolf Kawczynski , Dorothee Piermont , Friedrich-Wilhelm Graefe zu Baringdorf , Claudia Roth , Karl Partsch ;
Resignation of the entire federal executive committee; Decision to set up the Federal Main Committee as provisional federal executive
11. 3rd to 5th March 1989 Duisburg Continuation of the election of candidates for the European elections; further resolutions on the European election program
Board election : Ralf Fücks , Ruth Hammerbacher , Verena Krieger
20.-21. May 1989 Münster
17.–19. November 1989 Saarbrücken
March 30–1. April 1990 Hagen Adoption of the election platform for the Federal Parliament election 1990 ; German Political Declaration; Decision on alliance policy with civil rights groups of the GDR; Resolution: No affiliation with the GDR under Article 23 of the Basic Law ; Financial decision: Diets for members of the Bundestag
12. 8. – 10. June 1990 Dortmund Explanation on the current discussion about all-German elections; Declaration on the State Treaty and Germany Policy; Resolution Democracy Movement in China;
Board election : Renate Damus , Heide Rühle , Christian Ströbele
22./23. September 1990 Bayreuth Merger with the Green Party in the GDR; Adoption of the Alliance 90 election platform
13. 26.–28. April 1991 Neumunster Changes to the statutes: Establishment of the state council, downsizing of the federal executive board, abolition of rotation for the federal executive board, separation of political and organizational management, regulations on balloting; required 2/3 majority to abolish the separation of office and mandate missed by nine votes; “Neumünster Declaration” (initiation of a reform and renewal process of the party after the lost federal election)
Jutta Ditfurth and around 40 other Greens demonstratively leave the party congress and the party
board election : Christine Weiske , Ludger Volmer
8./9. June 1991 Cologne Strukturdebatte
14. 15.-17. May 1992 Berlin Decision to start association negotiations with Bündnis 90 ; Concept Foundation Association Rainbow. First BDK in the area of ​​the former GDR ( Berlin-Hohenschönhausen ).
16./17. January 1993 Hannover Decision on the text of the association agreement between Bündnis 90 and Die Grünen, which is to be submitted to the members for a ballot

Green Party in the GDR 1989–1990

No. date place Important resolutions, board elections, special features
6th Berlin
Ecology Seminar
24.–26. November 1989 Berlin Constitution of the Green Party of the GDR ; this was preceded by an appeal to found a Green Party in the GDR on November 5, 1989;
Election of a preliminary spokesman's council: Marianne Dörfler , Carlo Jordan , Gerd Klötzer , Vollrad Kuhn , Henry Schramm , Christine Weiske , Mario Hamel (financial policy spokesman)
party conference
9-11 February 1990 Halle (Saale) Halle: Adoption of the basic program (“Halle Program”); Debate on an electoral alliance for the Volkskammer elections on March 18, 1990 , which later came about with the Independent Women's Association (UFV);
Board election : Christine Weiske, Friedrich Heilmann , Judith Demba , Dorit Nessing-Stranz , Henry Schramm, Viktor Liebrenz
2. 7.–9. September 1990 Magdeburg Renaming of the party to "The Greens"; Decision to form a joint federal association with Die Grünen (West) on December 2, 1990;
Election of the members of the future federal board of the Greens: Christine Weiske, Friedrich Heilmann

Alliance 90 1991–1993

No. date place Important resolutions, board elections, special features
21.–22. September 1991 Potsdam The Alliance 90 based formally as party (for the parliamentary elections on 18 March 1990 and for the parliamentary elections on December 2, 1990 was the Alliance 90 already as of lists ); Democracy Now , the Peace and Human Rights Initiative and parts of the New Forum are merging to form the Alliance 90 party
1. 1.-3. May 1992 Berlin Decision on a merger with the Greens, establishment of a negotiating commission
16.-17. January 1993 Hannover Decision on the text of the association agreement between Bündnis 90 and Die Grünen, which is to be submitted to the members for a ballot

See also

Individual evidence

  1. Grü Federal Delegate Conference - Composition ( Memento of the original from March 24, 2009 in the Internet Archive ) Info: The archive link was inserted automatically and has not yet been checked. Please check the original and archive link according to the instructions and then remove this notice.@1@2Vorlage: Webachiv / IABot /
  2. The future is green. ( Memento from January 28, 2013 on WebCite ) published by Bündnis 90 / Die Grünen, Berlin 2002. (Basic program 2002)
  3. Tax dispute - Kretschmann gives in ( memento from April 30, 2013 in the Internet Archive ),, April 28, 2013
  4. ^ So Greens move to the left , Frankfurter Rundschau, April 28, 2013; Der Grüne Graben ( Memento from June 30, 2013 in the web archive ),, April 28, 2013; Green Party Congress Cuddling up to election victory , Süddeutsche Zeitung, April 27, 2013; Jasper von Altenbockum : Left than Left , Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, May 1, 2013; Thomas Schmid : The Greens are a pious state party , Die Welt, May 4, 2013
  5. Green election platform for the 2017 federal election: The future is made of courage. June 19, 2017. Retrieved June 25, 2017 .
  6. a b Federal delegate conference after the federal election. Bündnis 90 / Die Grünen , October 30, 2017, accessed November 5, 2017 .


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