"Absolute Majority – opinions must pay": Peter Altmaier, Thomas Oppermann, Wolfgang Kubicki and Jan van Aken are Stefan Raab's guests
When politics really meets reality: In his new political talk show "Absolute majority - opinions must pay" (Sunday, November 11, 2012, 10.45 p.m. live on ProSieben), Stefan Raab confronts five talk guests with viewer votes. Topics including fairness in taxation, the energy turnaround and social networks will be discussed by:
Peter Altmaier (CDU, Federal Minister for Environment, Nature Conservation and Reactor Security),
Wolfgang Kubicki (Chairman of the FDP for Schleswig-Holstein),
Thomas Oppermann (Head of the SPD's parliamentary group in the Bundestag),
Jan van Aken (DIE LINKE, Deputy Chairman, Member of the Committee on Foreign Affairs)
and a member of the public interested in politics with no position in public office.
This is how "Absolute Majority – opinions must pay" works:
In the first talk show with real results, Stefan Raab determines three political topics. After each discussion round, he analyzes the debate together with ProSiebenSat.1 news boss Peter Limbourg. The viewers at home vote via telephone and text message for the talk guest they found most convincing. The guest with the fewest votes no longer has the chance to win 100,000 euros, but is permitted to continue participating in the discussion. If, in the final round, one of three finalists manages to get more than 50 percent of the votes and thus achieve the absolute majority, he or she receives 100,000 euros to be spent as they please. If none of the guests manages this, the winnings go into the jackpot for the next show.
Further up-to-date information and images are always available here: www.bit.ly/AM_Presse
"Absolute majority – opinions must pay" on Sunday, November 11, 2012, at 10.45 p.m. live on ProSieben.