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 ====== Federal Republic of Germany (Hitler'​s Mediterranean Strategy) ====== ====== Federal Republic of Germany (Hitler'​s Mediterranean Strategy) ======
  
-This [[Federal Republic of Germany|FRG]] (ITTL short: South [[Germany]]) is a looser confederation than its OTL counterpart. Its first chancellor was Leopold Figl. Politically,​ it'​s ​economic ​liberal, but social ​conservative. It's a founding member of the [[European Economic Community (Hitler'​s Mediterranean Strategy)|EEC]] and also was allowed to join [[NATO (Hitler'​s Mediterranean Strategy)|NATO]] in 1955. Capital is Salzburg, as a compromise between [[Bavaria]] and [[Austria]]. In 1955, the [[Saarland]] (until then seperated from Germany, the French demanded it) joined the FRG.+This [[Federal Republic of Germany|FRG]] (ITTL short: South [[Germany]]) is a looser confederation than its OTL counterpart. Its first chancellor was Leopold Figl. Politically,​ it'​s ​economically ​liberal, but socially ​conservative. It's a founding member of the [[European Economic Community (Hitler'​s Mediterranean Strategy)|EEC]] and also was allowed to join [[NATO (Hitler'​s Mediterranean Strategy)|NATO]] in 1955. Capital is Salzburg, as a compromise between [[Bavaria]] and [[Austria]]. In 1955, the [[Saarland]] (until then seperated from Germany, the French demanded it) joined the FRG.
  
-The Bundeskanzler (federal chancellor) is the head of state and leads the government. His power is quite limitedthough, since the central government has only few more rights than during the time of 1871-1918 - agronomy, labor, police, culture, education from elementary schools to universities,​ and buildings are all state rights.+The Bundeskanzler (federal chancellor) is the head of state and leads the government. His power is quite limited though, since the central government has only few more rights than during the time of 1871-1918 - agronomy, labor, police, culture, education from elementary schools to universities,​ and buildings are all state rights.
  
 The five states (Hesse, Baden, Württemberg,​ [[Bavaria]] and [[Austria]]),​ i.e. their respective governments are represented in the second chamber of the parliament, the Bundesrat, which can block every law made in the Bundestag, the first chamber. Elections to the Bundestag are once in five years, starting in 1949. A party that wants to gain seats has to gain 5% of the votes in one state or win a constituency. Since Ludwig Erhard'​s reforms started in 1948, the economy is free-market. The five states (Hesse, Baden, Württemberg,​ [[Bavaria]] and [[Austria]]),​ i.e. their respective governments are represented in the second chamber of the parliament, the Bundesrat, which can block every law made in the Bundestag, the first chamber. Elections to the Bundestag are once in five years, starting in 1949. A party that wants to gain seats has to gain 5% of the votes in one state or win a constituency. Since Ludwig Erhard'​s reforms started in 1948, the economy is free-market.
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