Erfurt (dpa) - In the state election in Thuringia, there is a significantly higher turnout than in 2014. According to the provincial leader had to 14 clock 42.2 percent of eligible voters cast their vote. In 2014, it was 30 percent at that time. The formation of a government could be difficult. Prime Minister Bodo Ramelow, Germany's first Prime Minister of the Left Party, wants to continue his former coalition of the Left, SPD and the Greens. But it could be in short supply for a new edition, although the left rose in polls last and sat down to the top.
Elections: High participation in state elections in Thuringia
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