How was the East German local bureaucracy consolidated after unification?

How was the East German local bureaucracy consolidated after unification?

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Related: How did Germany deal with the East German communist Government structure after unification?

The question I linked above has a great answer for the general picture, but I am more interested in tracking down how the process went in individual jurisdictions. This includes me finding references for questions like:

  • When senior officials got forced into retirement, how were their replacements picked?
  • For jurisdictions where established officials were left in charge, what was the reasoning to do so? How were they kept under check?
  • How were oligarch takeovers prevented, in case any ousted officials tried to organize as mobs like in St. Petersburg after the Soviet collapse?

To clarify after a comment, I am not trying to answer those under this post so much as trying to find help on accessing references on transitions in local jurisdictions

Watch the video: German reunification: How two countries sort of became one. UNPACKED (July 2022).


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