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これらの文がうまく訳せなくて困っています。助けてください。よろしくお願いします。 The results of the single-list elections to the Volkskammer in the years from 1950 to 1986(i.e. in the periods of Walter Ulbricht and Erich Honecker), show a cluster of ‘Yes’ votes developing clearly in parallel and a turnout in the election giving percentages that look rather suspicious. The numbers were all well over 90 per cent, ranging towards the 100 per cent mark. With a turnout, for example, in1986 of 99.74 per cent with 99.4 per cent ‘Yes’ votes, the suspicion of fraud was obvious. The constitution of the GDR was reminiscent of the Weimar one in form. Germany was referred to as an ‘indivisible democratic republic’ based on Lander.

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1950年から1986年(すなわちワルター・ウルブリヒトとエーリヒ・ホーネッカーの期間)の人民議会の他に選択肢のない選挙結果は、明らかに並行して増える『賛成』票とむしろ疑わしく見える割合を示す選挙の投票者数の一群を示します。 数字は、すべて、90パーセントをはるかに上回り、100パーセントに近づいていました。 たとえば、投票率に関して、1986年は、99.74パーセントで、『賛成』票が、99.4パーセントなのです、詐欺の疑惑は、明らかでした。 GDR(ドイツ民主共和国)の憲法は、形式上ワイマール憲法を連想させました。 ドイツは、ランダーに基づく『分割できない民主主義共和国』と呼ばれました。

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