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The Left (Germany) - Wikipedia
Its parliamentary group is the fifth largest of six in the Bundestag, and is headed by parliamentary co-leaders Amira Mohamed Ali and Dietmar Bartsch. The party is represented in ten of Germany's sixteen state legislatures, including all five of the eastern states. In September , The Left had 61, registered members, making it the sixth largest party in Germany by membership. The party is the most left-wing party of the six represented in the Bundestag. It is described as far-left by some outlets, and is considered to be left-wing populist  by some researchers, but the German Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution Verfassungsschutz does not regard the party as extremist or a threat to democracy. In October , facing increasing unpopularity, the SED replaced long-time leader Erich Honecker with Egon Krenz , who began a program of limited reforms, including the legalisation of opposition groups.
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It elects one member via first-past-the-post voting. Under the current constituency numbering system, it is designated as constituency It is located in eastern Thuringia , comprising the city of Gera and the districts of Altenburger Land and Greiz. Gera — Greiz — Altenburger Land was created for the inaugural federal election after German reunification. Gera — Greiz — Altenburger Land is located in eastern Thuringia.