Berlin – Election Sunday in Berlin was marked by many mishaps and irregularities: hours of waiting, annoyed voters who went home without having achieved anything, missing and incorrect ballot papers, late counting. The constitutional lawyer Christian Waldhoff was an election worker himself. He reports of disgruntled voters as well as committed volunteers who tried to save what could be saved. And he sees someone responsible: the regional returning officer Petra Michaelis, who resigned on Wednesday.
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