The ex-MP Marcel Luthe demands: MPs who are not elected and therefore not legitimized are not allowed to make further decisions. His lawsuit will be decided next week.
Because of the numerous breakdowns in the elections on September 26 last year, the Berlin constitutional court declared the elections to the House of Representatives and the elections in the districts invalid in mid-November and ordered a complete repetition. The former member of parliament Marcel Luthe then filed an organ complaint with the Berlin Constitutional Court.
Luthe believes that Parliament should not make any more decisions until the February 2023 re-election. According to an internal document of the constitutional court, which is available to the Berliner Zeitung, the court now wants to decide on the lawsuit next Wednesday, November 30th.