It's party time across Germany

Like many other modern nations, Germany is blessed in having a few big parties with extremely meaningless names which generally dominate elections.

14th September, 2013
Oh, the joys of democracy.

Like many other modern nations, Germany is blessed in having a few big parties with extremely meaningless names which generally dominate elections. These include the Christian Democrats/Christian Social Union (CDU/CSU), the Social Democrats (SPD) and the Free Democrats (FDP).

As you may have noticed, proclaiming one's affiliation to democracy in your party's name is very important to German politicians, though one can only hazard a guess as to why this may be.

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