Three German states hold elections for regional parliaments on Sunday which are expected to show strong performance of The Alternative for Germany (AFD), a right-wing group opposed to Chancellor Angela Merkel’s open-door policy on refugees.
The elections - the first since the refugee crisis began – are seen as a direct challenge to Merkel as voters' concerns about the record migrant influx in Germany may boost support for AfD.
The three states are Baden Wurttemberg and Rhineland-Palatinate in the west and Saxony-Anhalt in the east. Their combined population is about 17 million, around a fifth of Germany’s population....
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