Alliance 90 / The Greens Schleswig-Holstein

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Alliance 90 / The Greens Schleswig-Holstein
Alliance 90 - The Greens Logo.svg
Chairperson Ann-Kathrin Tranziska
Steffen Regis
Treasurer Rebecca groom
Manager Isabel Sadewasser
Establishment date 1980
Headquarters Alter Markt 9
24103 Kiel
Landtag mandates
Number of members 3,442 (as of Feb. 25, 2019)

The regional association Bündnis 90 / Die Grünen Schleswig-Holstein of Bündnis 90 / Die Grünen has existed since 1980. Bündnis 90 / Die Grünen Schleswig-Holstein have been represented continuously in the state parliament in Kiel since 1996 .



The Schleswig-Holstein Green List (GLSH) was founded in Rendsburg in May 1978 as a state association of independent district voter communities. The consensus of the electorate in terms of content was the rejection of the use of nuclear energy and the preservation of the natural basis of life. In December of the same year, the GLSH was re-established as a party. In 1979 the Green List stood for the first time in the Schleswig-Holstein state elections, but failed with a share of 2.4 percent of the vote at the five percent hurdle. In 1980 the state association of the Greens was founded in Schleswig-Holstein, the GLSH initially remained as an independent party alongside the Greens and only merged with them in 1982. The Greens again failed to pass the five percent hurdle in the following five state parliament elections (1983: 3.7%, 1987: 3.9%, 1988 : 2.9%, 1992 : 4.97%).

1996: Entry into the state parliament and the government

In the 14th electoral period from May 22, 1996 to March 28, 2000, the Greens were represented in the state parliament with six members for the first time, after they had received 8.1 percent of the vote in the election .

At the same time, they were able to assume government responsibility in the coalition with the SPD and, in Rainder Steenblock, appointed the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Nature, Environment and Forests. Angelika Birk became the second Green Minister for Women, Youth, Housing and Urban Development.

15th legislative period (2000-2005)

The state elections in 2000 led to severe losses for the Greens, who only got 6.2 percent of the vote. Nonetheless, the Greens remained in government in the parliamentary term from March 28, 2000 to March 17, 2005. Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Justice, Women, Youth and Family became Annemarie Lütkes and Klaus Müller became Minister for Environment, Nature and Forests (from March 1, 2003 Minister for Environment, Nature Conservation and Agriculture).

16th legislative period (2005-2009)

In the state elections on April 27, 2005 , the Greens achieved 6.2 percent and had four members in the state parliament. The attempt to form a red-green state government under Heide Simonis with the support of the SSW failed because of a dissenting vote from within its own ranks (see election of the Prime Minister of Schleswig-Holstein 2005 ). As a result, a grand coalition was formed and the Greens went into opposition.

17th legislative period (2009–2012)

In the state elections in September 2009 , the Greens doubled their share of the vote to 12.4 percent and returned to the state parliament with twelve members. The leading candidate of the election campaign, Robert Habeck , was elected chairman of the parliamentary group. However, since a black-yellow coalition achieved a majority, the Greens remained in opposition.

18th legislative period (2012-2017)

At a party congress in Neumünster in November 2011, the delegates named the parliamentary group leader Robert Habeck as the (for the first time) sole top candidate for the early state elections in 2012 . The Greens achieved their best result to date on May 6, 2012 with 13.2% and ten mandates. The goal of achieving a red-green majority with the SPD was not achieved; However, since the Danish and Frisian-oriented SSW agreed for the first time to take on government responsibility, coalition negotiations on the formation of a so-called "coastal coalition" made up of the SPD, the Greens and the SSW began.

After Torsten Albig was elected Prime Minister on June 12, 2012, the government alliance began its work. With Monika Heinold (Minister of Finance) and Robert Habeck (Minister for Energy Transition, Agriculture, Environment and Rural Areas), the Greens were responsible for two departments.

On October 30, 2012, the Greens announced the result of a nationwide ballot on the Northern State question . Accordingly, 55.1% of the voting members voted for the merger of the federal state of Schleswig-Holstein with neighboring federal states.

19th legislative period (2017–)

In the state elections on May 7, 2017, the Greens and their top duo consisting of Monika Heinold and Robert Habeck achieved their second-best result in Schleswig-Holstein with 12.9% of the second vote. At the same time, the coastal coalition, the alliance of the SPD, Greens and SSW, lost its majority. After exploratory talks with the CDU and FDP, an extraordinary party congress on May 23, 2017, with 87% of the delegate's votes, decided to enter into coalition negotiations with both parties. After the coalition negotiations had been concluded, the coalition agreement was discussed on June 19, 2017 at another extraordinary party congress. This recommended that the members agree to the coalition agreement with 75.2% of the delegate votes in an online member survey. The online member survey, the result of which the state executive board declared binding, took place from Monday, June 19, 2017, 8 p.m. to Monday, June 26, 8 a.m. After the end of the vote, the then state chairman, Ruth Kastner, announced the result at a press conference: Overall, with a turnout of 59.6%, 84.3% voted in favor of the negotiated coalition agreement. Within the Jamaica Alliance under the leadership of CDU Prime Minister Daniel Günther , the Greens are still represented by Monika Heinold as Finance Minister. Robert Habeck was again Minister for Energy Transition, Agriculture, Environment, Nature and Digitization; After moving to federal politics, Jan Philipp Albrecht took over in 2018 .

On October 7, 2017, the elections for the state executive took place at a regular party convention in Neumünster. Chairwoman Ruth Kastner, treasurer Markus Stiegler and assessor Resy de Ruijsscher did not run again for their offices. Arfst Wagner was defeated in a fight vote against Steffen Regis. Thus a completely new state board was elected, which from now on consists of Ann-Kathrin Tranziska (chairwoman), Steffen Regis (chairman), Anna Louisa Rogge (treasurer), Kerstin Mock-Hofeditz (assessor) and Malte Krüger (assessor).


Group leaders

Robert Habeck (2009), former parliamentary group leader in the Schleswig-Holstein state parliament (2009–2012)
Period Chairperson
May 1996 - March 2000 Irene Fröhlich
March 2000 - March 2005 Karl-Martin Hentschel
March 2005 - May 2006 Annemarie Lütkes
June 2006 - October 2009 Karl-Martin Hentschel
October 2009 - June 2012 Robert Habeck
since June 2012 Eka of calves

Results in the state elections

State election results
year be right Seats
1979 2.4% 0
1983 3.6% 0
1987 3.9% 0
1988 2.9% 0
1992 5.0% * 0
1996 8.1% 6th
2000 6.2% 5
2005 6.2% 4th
2009 12.4% 12
2012 13.2% 10
2017 12.9% 10

*) 4.97%

Youth organization

Green Youth Schleswig-Holstein

The youth organization of Bündnis 90 / Die Grünen Schleswig-Holstein is the Green Youth Schleswig-Holstein. It is politically and organizationally independent of the party. The youth organization was founded in 1988 as Grün-Alternative Jugend Schleswig-Holstein (GAJ SH). This foundation is also seen as the foundation of the Federal Association of Green Youth . The Green Youth Schleswig-Holstein currently has 447 members who are organized in ten basic groups. The basic groups can be found in Flensburg , North Friesland ( Husum ), Schleswig , Rendsburg , Kiel , Dithmarschen ( Meldorf / Heide ), Neumünster , Geesthacht , Pinneberg , Bad Segeberg and Lübeck .

current board of directors of the Green Youth Schleswig-Holstein
Post Surname
Spokesperson Nele Johannsen, Jasper Balke
Political management Mayra Vriesema
Treasurer Rebecca Such
Women, inter-, trans-person and gender policy spokesperson Laura Mews
Assessor and Assessor Alice Hakimy, Jonathan Morsch
Party coordinator Finn Petersen
co-opted members Uta Bossmann, Sven Gebhardt

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. The north is going GREEN. February 28, 2019, accessed March 23, 2019 .
  2. ^ Results of the state elections in Schleswig-Holstein
  3. Members , accessed on January 25, 2020.
  4. History , accessed on January 25, 2020.
  5. grassroots groups , accessed on 25 January 2020th
  6. State Board , accessed on August 2, 2018.