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19 September 2013

Angela Merkel’s re-election would ensure stability at the centre of the EU and Europe

It’s hard to think of any election in recent times in Europe which has mattered more to more people than the one that takes place in Germany on Sunday. This election, however, is important not just for Germans, who will naturally be the people most directly affected by the outcome. In some respects the result will be just as closely watched across the whole of the Eurozone in which Germany is the dominant economy.
 

http://www.dw.de/angela-merkels-cabinet-meets-for-the-last-time-before-sundays-general-election/a-17099134
 

http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2013/sep/17/germany-election-affects-all