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Citizens' decision in November: Frankfurt Mayor does not take a description of
Peter Feldmann, the decision of the city council is unnecessary. Now the citizens should vote. © Photo: Frank Rumpenhorst/dpa The Mayor of Frankfurt Peter Feldmann (SPD) speaks at the beginning of the city council in the Roman. Frankfurt Mayor Peter Feldmann (SPD) did not accept the election by the city councilors. The deadline for this had passed on Friday night.
The city of Frankfurt has started an online survey on plans for a house of democracy. This should complement the Paulskirche memorial. The nationwide survey runs until mid -November, the city announced on Wednesday. Citizens could take part in a survey, but also bring their own ideas. The results should be included in a report by an expert commission on the future of the Paulskirche. The Commission plans to submit its final report in early 2023.
In May 2023, the 175th anniversary of the first German National Assembly is celebrated in the Paulskirche. In the Paulskirche, the Frankfurt National Assembly worked out the Paulskirchen constitution in 1848/49, which is the first overall German and democratic constitution of Germany. It never became effective, but laid the basis for later German constitutions.
Official end result confirms the election of Frankfurt Mayor Feldmann .
The municipal election committee of Frankfurt am Main has confirmed the vote of the controversial mayor Peter Feldmann (SPD). According to the official end result, 95.1 percent voted for the 64-year-old's vote on Sunday, as the committee announced on Friday after its meeting. The turnout was 41.9 percent. Feldmann is leaving office at the end of Friday after ten years.