Since the federal election in 2021, two trans women are entering the bandwagon for the first time. There are two new faces of green with Tessa Concer and Nike Slavic.
BERLIN – Greens are writing Bundestag history: for the first time since the federal election in 2021, two will be drawn Trance women enter the Bundestack in Berlin*. For the Greens, Tessa Cancer and Nike Slavic will sit in parliament during the new legislature. Both the Conservatives and the Slavic go to their federal state via the state list. Cancer comes from Bavaria, Slavic North Rhine-Westphalia.
|Politician:||Tessa Conservator||Nike Slavic|
|Date and place of birth:||May 16, 1977 (age 44), Swissell||1994 (age 27), Leverkusen-Obladon|
|Political Party:||Alliance 90 / Green||Alliance 90 / Green|
Although Tessa Cancer was severely defeated by CSU direct candidate Sebastian Bremmel in the Nuremberg North constituency, she was able to secure a place on the list through the Bavarian Greens. She was 13th there. “I’m still wholehearted,” the 44-year-old tweeted Monday morning. But she is really waiting for her new job in Berlin. This tweet was provided with the hashtag # QueerRepresentanzMatters.
Women in the Bundestack
Nike went high house via Slavic national list. He shared his constituency with SPD health expert Carl Lauterback, who also won the Cologne IV-Leverkusen constituency. “I now have congratulations from Poland, the United Kingdom and the United States. Our trance election victory is going around the world,” the 27-year-old tweeted Monday morning.
Bundestack already had a trance member, but Christian Zheng von Lincoln announced this shortly after his term ended in 2002. Along with Green Victoria Brocard and SPD politician Rhea Sybil Khair (Brandenburg), other disabled women were represented on the electoral roll in the 2021 election, but they did not include it in parliament. * Kreiszeitung.de is an offer IPPEN.MEDIA.
Rubriklistenbild: © Daniel Karmann / dpa & Future Image / Imago