Berlin, Germany - German Federal Election: 24 September 2017

Germany looks set to hold its federal election on Sunday 24 September, with Chancellor Angela Merkel seeking a fourth term in office and the anti-immigrant Alternative for Germany party expected to enter the national parliament for the first time. Merkel faces a tougher re-election campaign than previously after allowing more than a million migrants from the Middle East, Africa and elsewhere to enter the country in the last two years. Concerns about integration and security have pushed her popularity down and fuelled the rise of the anti-immigrant Alternative for Germany (AfD) party, which is expected to win enough votes to clear the 5 percent threshold to enter the federal parliament. An opinion poll taken earlier in 2017 showed refugee policy will be the biggest issue for voters in the election.

REUTERS-TIMA WILL BE OFFERING THE FOLLOWING FACILITIES ON LOCATION:

• HD and SD Live Standup Positions  at main party HQs

• HD and SD Live Standup Positions  with a view of Reichstag

• Multi-format playout facilities

• International point to point delivery via the Reuters-TIMA fibre and satellite network

 

 

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