The cabaret from Leipzig with a certain spice.
Elections are held in Germany. You can choose between a parliament, a senate, a mayor, a parents' council or a deputy garden board. You mustn't dial the right number, otherwise you won't have a connection, but you'll quickly be excluded. And then you are the one you were not allowed to play with before.
But if you vote for parties, there are two good reasons to be suspicious: You don't know them! One knows them!
Four members of the Leipzig Peppermill try, with dignity, to circumvent the hurdles of political correctness, and give their first forecasts, latest survey results and provisional seat allocations with second votes.