from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The legislative assembly of some German states.
- n. A diet or assembly in some German states in the 19th century.
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- n. A representative assembly or parliament in German-speaking countries, with some legislative authority.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The diet or legislative body. See legislature, below.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In Germany, the legislature of a country; a territorial diet; now, specifically, one of the parliaments of the countries constituting the German empire, as Prussia, Saxony, Bavaria, etc., and of some of the crownlands of Austria-Hungary, as Moravia and Bohemia. See Reichstag.
VISUAL BASIC BASICS: Prank Virus, By Pierre-Luc P. Tags: Politics * Tag, the German word for "day", is used in names of German legislative bodies, such as Landtag, Reichstag and Bundestag, because the earliest German legislative bodies met for a single day.
If we look at Germany, we even see a democratisation of NAZIsm (NPD getting elected into the Landtag), which at the same time produces a party with less affection to violence.
In 1865, Eduard made his first foray into politics, winning a seat in the Landtag, the Prussian lower house of government.
Ich musste bis jetzt selbst einen Petition be idem Landtag im Juli vorliegen.
Frankenthal served as a Social Democratic municipal deputy representing the Tiergarten district in the Berlin City Council from 1925 to 1931 and was elected to the Prussian Landtag (provincial diet) in 1930.
Unsere Erwählten: Sozialdemokratischen Frauen im Deutschen Reichstag und im Preussischen Landtag 1919 bis 1933. 2 vols.
Landtag and its ministry do not encourage whistle-blowing apparently, NO ONE in any ministry is willing to speak up and call a bad set of criteria recognized by some judge a few years back a piece of illegal practice in German burocratic machinery.
On Monday morning, a mass meeting was called in the university assembly hall and from there thousands set off to the Landtag where the lower Austrian Parliament was in session.
With Fischhof at the front, the doors of the Landtag were forced open and the crowd rolled into the debating chamber.
Liechtensteinunicameral Parliament or Landtag (25 seats; members are elected by popular vote under proportional representation to serve four-year terms) elections: last held 11 and 13 March 2005 (next to be held by 2009) election results: percent of vote by party - FBP 48.7%, VU 38.2%, FL 13%; seats by party - FBP 12, VU 10, FL 3