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Regional German elections projected to boost far-right AfD party

France 24 Sunday, 1 September 2019 ()
Two states in eastern Germany are holding elections on Sunday that could bring big gains for a far-right party and further destabilize Chancellor Angela Merkel’s national government.
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News video: Far-right AFD comes in second after ruling SPD in Brandenburg

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hancellor Angela Merkel's conservatives and her Social Democrat (SPD) coalition partners held off a surge in far right support in two state elections in eastern Germany on Sunday, averting an immediate crisis for the ruling alliance. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

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