The German federal election, 2017

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Germany: Left-wing protesters rally on eve of AfD party conference


One of the banners reads: “There is no German Zukunft”.
‘Zukunft’ means ‘Future’.
“There is no German Future”.
These people are actually celebrating the demise of their own people.

 

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Germany: Left-wing protesters rally on eve of AfD party conference


One of the banners reads: “There is no German Zukunft”.
‘Zukunft’ means ‘Future’.
“There is no German Future”.
These people are actually celebrating the demise of their own people.

The cops actually did something this time: They arrested demonstrators and used water cannons on them.

Now Gauland and Meuthen are co-chairs. Good times if they can successfully keep the whip hand on the respective EP and Bundestag factions.
 
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'Islam belongs as little to Germany as Merkel belongs in the chancellery' -Beatrix von Storch

 
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Looks like an agreement has finally been found.

Germany coalition talks: Merkel's conservatives and SPD 'clinch deal'
Germany's centre-left Social Democrats (SPD) have reached an agreement on a coalition government with Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservatives (CDU/CSU), according to media reports.
A deal on distributing ministries was said to be one of the last major hurdles towards forming a coalition.
The agreement looks set to end more than four months of wrangling since inconclusive elections in September.
Negotiators have been in non-stop talks since Tuesday morning.
The remaining stumbling blocks have been workers' rights and healthcare.
Immigration, Europe, and tax, have also been points of contention.


German parties 'clinch coalition deal'



Not much of a result for the German people, especially as anger is growing every day in regards to the immigration issue.

It now goes to the SPD members who will vote on the final say of the deal.
 
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