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Everything you always wanted to know about Germans that Merkel never told


Nurnberg – The run-down to the Bavarian vote for the Land Parliament was a wet one. A pouring rain spoiled the last day rallies of all parties in the quintessential German town of Nurnberg. The Sunday Land elections yielded though a crispy clear result: CSU, the sister party of Angela Merkel’s CDU, won an absolute majority. After five-years of black-yellow coalition, with a soaring 47.7%, black takes all, including 120,000 votes from its former liberal-conservative coalition partner, FDP. The flop of the latter to a meager 3% means that Horst Seehofer, the leader of CSU in Bavaria, can govern alone.

Nurnberg – The run-down to the Bavarian vote for the Land Parliament was a wet one. A pouring rain spoiled the last day rallies of all parties in the quintessential German town of Nurnberg. The Sunday Land elections yielded though a crispy clear result: CSU, the sister party of Angela Merkel’s CDU, won an absolute majority. After five-years of black-yellow coalition, with a soaring 47.7%, black takes all, including 120,000 votes from its former liberal-conservative coalition partner, FDP. The flop of the latter to a meager 3% means that Horst Seehofer, the leader of CSU in Bavaria, can govern alone.

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