Germans vote for a new parliament on September 22, 2013, and Chancellor Angela Merkel is likely to be re-elected. But the jury is out on who will be her coalition partner. There is no big issue to fire the election campaign and no real mood for change. But pressing issues on how to solve the eurocrisis have been swept under the carpet and will have to be solved soon after the elections.

<i>Germany's forthcoming elections have already had one effect on European politics - to delay decisions on how to solve the eurocrisis. Although party platforms differ significantly the election outcome is expected to have little impact on this with Chancellor Angela Merkel most likely to be ch...

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Dr. Michael Wohlgemuth
When it comes to European issues, there does not even seem to be a real choice
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