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Fertile times for Europe's populist parties

Top candidate for the AFD in Mecklenburg-Western Vorpommern Leif-Erik Holm (L) hugs AFD leader Frauke Petry upon arrival for a press conference in Berlin, on September 5, 2016Alternative for Germany is not the only populist party enjoying electoral success. Across Europe, these are fertile times for protest movements tapping into unease about immigration to attack a long-cosy political establishment. The anti-immigration AfD scored a major symbolic victory on Sunday by relegating German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s conservatives into third place in elections in her home state.

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