Deutschlandspiegel 428/1990 1990
01 elections in the GDR and the formation of Government guard against the old guard in East Berlin. Soldiers of the people's army in the parade step. Polling station Berlin Mitte. Ballot boxes will be sealed. Voters. Interviews with voters and voters. Election posters. Counting of votes. International observers, including a delegation from the Council of Europe to monitor the correct sequence of the choice. Victory of the conservative Alliance. Lothar de Maiziere, Chairman of the East German CDU actuality: "people want to have thing answers and there I which connect me, that this economic, monetary, social Union is important so that so the people in the country stay and not leave us".
Ibrahim Böhme, SPD actuality: "it was the vote of the electorate. I reiterate, it was the first free, democratic, secret elections, we are democratic losers as Social Democrats and will begin work tomorrow."
Helmut Kohl interview: "We want together to that of Germany, by a reunified Germany, peace goes out, i.e., that we take this path as European Germans and as German Europeans in the 1990s, in peace and compromise with our neighbors."
People's Chamber of the GDR formed a grand coalition. The Prime Minister is elected Lothar de Maiziere, Hans Modrow congratulates de Maizière. Swearing in actuality by the Chairman of the Volkskammer Bergmann-Pohl. The Minister Peter Michael Distel, DSU, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior, Markus Meckel, SPD, Minister of Foreign Affairs, will be sworn in.
(116 m) 02 Leipzig spring fair - joint venture company cityscape Leipzig. Old trade and town houses, restored and receive, in addition to ruined neighborhoods. Exhibition and trade fair visitors. Agricultural machinery, tractors. Trading partners are taught in East and West on computer Exchange. Head o-ton: "the Leipzig fair is this time something quite extraordinary. At all cannot be compared with previous fairs, there is a spirit of optimism, the entrepreneur in PES, who want to start businesses or find partners not only in Germany, but also unites - assail us. Information in any form is required first and foremost."
Modern technologies are presented. Business Center United States quote: "we are for the first time at the Leipzig fair. So far we have focused in 1992 on the European internal market. But since last November, the focus of Europe has shifted to the East. Europe has become greater." French entrepreneur interview: "East Germans are looking even direct contacts with the French. The changes in the GDR have opened great opportunities the French and probably all Western countries."
(75 m) 03. On the way up - education scientific astronauts (D2) Heike Waldpot, a doctor and a high performance swimmer, great on swivel chair. Metereologin Renate Brümmer in the Simulator. Trampoline jumps. Running with the gas mask on treadmill. Mrs Haese interviewed Heike Waldpot. "What has awarded you, to have become candidate for D2?"
"I think., that I've covered a number of requests that were made." For example, in the mental health field certain skills or properties have certainly also to the part of my athletic past come here."
Working in the spacelab in the vacuum.
(60 m) 04. CSCE Economic Conference participants from East and West. All are committed to a market economy. Helmut Kohl at the lectern quote: "we want to build the United Germany and in Europe and definitely not against Europe." Both development of economic relations between East and West, we are only at the beginning. Our historic mission is now to take that stage of the CSCE process in attack, in which Europe should find its unity."
Participants of the Conference at the Rhine.
Manfred Hausmann actuality: "target is the vision of a pan-European economic space of over 500 million people – this is about the rules of future cooperation - and from a German perspective, it is of course important that the German economic unit is embedded in this wider pan-European context."
Richard von Weizsäcker actuality: "with the help of human creativity, social disposition and with mutual respect for nature will succeed, to present the objectives of the Helsinki Final Act - namely security and cooperation, human rights and peace."
(68 m) 05 paragliding in the Bavarian Alps - hang glider 2 start on the mountain and flight under large sails. Control 2 control cables. Flight through mountain gorges. Hang gliders in the sky. Landing.
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75th Birthday of Sabine Bergmann-Pohl (* April 20, 1946)
The physician Sabine Bergmann-Pohl is the final head of state of the declining GDR.
After passing her specialist examinations and earning her doctorate, she is initially put in charge of an outpatient clinic for lung diseases and tuberculosis in Berlin-Friedrichshain when she is only 34 years old.
To avoid membership in the SED she joins the CDU, one of the GDR's bloc parties. In 1985, she is promoted to director of the East Berlin District Office for Lung Diseases and Tuberculosis. Around the same time she becomes more politically involved. Two years later, she takes over the chairmanship of the "Active for Health and Social Welfare" of the Berlin district association, which also provides her with a seat on the district executive committee. During the peaceful revolution she sits on the Central Round Table as deputy for the health sector.
Not keen on giving up her profession the political newcomer is rather reluctant to run for office in the first free elections to the People's Chamber on March 18, 1990. After the surprising and overwhelming victory of the conservative Alliance for Germany, she is elected President of the People's Chamber on April 5. As the GDR's Council of State is abolished on the same day, that means she also assumes the role of head of state. In the following six months over 150 laws are passed under her leadership. In the early hours of August 23 Bergmann-Pohl announces the People's Chamber's decision on the GDR's accession to the Federal Republic. On October 2nd she commences the final session of the People's Chamber. In Kohl's cabinet Bergmann-Pohl is assigned the post of Federal Minister for Special Tasks for one year, after which she serves as Parliamentary State Secretary in the Ministry of Health. In 2002 she voluntarily resigns from the Bundestag and becomes president of the Berlin Red Cross for the next ten years. In 2012 she is appointed City Elder of Berlin and continues to hold various honorary offices to this day.