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Analysts: German Vote Will Not Affect Relations With USi
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September 19, 2013 5:47 PM
German voters will cast ballots on Sunday to select a new federal government. Chancellor Angela Merkel’s center-right Christian Democratic Union party is predicted to win the most votes, and she is likely to have a third consecutive term in office. Analysts say the outcome of the German elections will have little effect on the country's alliance with the United States. But as Zlatica Hoke reports, some Germans are worried that a new U.S. focus on Asia could adversely affect their country, and Europe as a whole.

Analysts: German Vote Will Not Affect Relations With US

Published September 19, 2013

German voters will cast ballots on Sunday to select a new federal government. Chancellor Angela Merkel’s center-right Christian Democratic Union party is predicted to win the most votes, and she is likely to have a third consecutive term in office. Analysts say the outcome of the German elections will have little effect on the country's alliance with the United States. But as Zlatica Hoke reports, some Germans are worried that a new U.S. focus on Asia could adversely affect their country, and Europe as a whole.


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