State election in Baden-Württemberg in 1956
The state elections in Baden-Württemberg in 1956 took place on March 4th. The KPD took part in a state election in Germany for the last time before it was banned in the summer of that year . The all-party coalition led by Prime Minister Gebhard Müller was continued.
The CDU was in the opposition until 1953 . FDP / DVP, SPD and GB / BHE had a coalition government under Prime Minister Reinhold Maier ( FDP / DVP ) formed . After September 30, 1953, a “quasi-all-party coalition” was led under Prime Minister Gebhard Müller (CDU) ; only the KPD was not involved in the government.
|Political party||be right||proportion of||Seats||Direct
|FDP / DVP||541.221||16.57%||21st||2||23|
|GB / BHE||204,335||6.26%||7th||6th|
Parliament and state politics after the election
- List of members of the state parliament of Baden-Württemberg (2nd electoral term)
- Cabinet Müller II (Baden-Württemberg)
- Cabinet Kiesinger I