Basic Income Alliance

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Basic Income Alliance

Bündnis Grundeinkommen
AbbreviationBGE
LeaderAlina Komar
Founded25 September 2016 (2016-09-25)
HeadquartersSt.-Cajetan-Straße 8
81669 Munich, Germany
IdeologyBasic income
Website
www.buendnis-grundeinkommen.de

The Basic Income Alliance (German: Bündnis Grundeinkommen, abbreviated BGE) is a German single-issue political party that advocates for an unconditional basic income.[1] It was founded in September 2016 in Munich.[2] The Basic Income Alliance gained 97,539 votes at the German federal election 2017 and reached 0.2%.

Election results[edit]

Election Chamber Votes %

of vote

Seats

Won

2017 Saarland state election State Landtag Increase 0.1% 0
2017 North Rhine-Westphalia state election State Landtag Increase 0.1% 0
2017 German federal election Bundestag 97,539[3] Increase 0.2% 0
2017 Lower Saxony state election State Landtag Increase 0.1% 0
2019 European Parliament election European Parliament 40,834[4] Increase 0.1% 0
2019 Bremen state election Bürgerschaft of Bremen 5,939[5] Increase 0.4% 0

Other basic income parties[edit]

Basinkomstpartiet in Sweden, who stood for their first general election in September 2018, is a political party with the same idea - to promote basic income.

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Siedenberg, Sven (25 May 2017). "Susanne Wiest: Die Parteivorsitzende". Die Zeit. Hamburg.
  2. ^ Heinrich, Ronald (8 October 2016). "Bündnis Grundeinkommen warnt: Wir befinden uns in einer parlamentarischen Krise".
  3. ^ "Bundestag election 2017, Result table, Final result". Federal Returning Officer. Retrieved 27 May 2019.
  4. ^ "European Parliament election 2019, Result table, Provisional result". Federal Returning Officer. Retrieved 27 May 2019.
  5. ^ "Bürgerschaftswahl Land Bremen, Result table, Provisional result" (in German). State Returning Officer. Retrieved 1 June 2019.