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2009 Germany
Next German federal election
All 598 seats (plus any overhangs) in the Bundestag
No later than 2013
Angela Merkel 24092007.jpg Frank-Walter Steinmeier 20090902-DSCF9761.jpg Westerwelle Bundesparteitag.jpg
Leader Angela Merkel Frank-Walter Steinmeier Guido Westerwelle
Party CDU/CSU SPD FDP
Last election 239 seats, 33.8% 146 seats, 23.0% 93 seats, 14.6%
Gregor Gysi.jpg Oskar Lafontaine.jpg Renate Künast.jpg WikiCemOezdemir.JPG
Leader Gregor Gysi and Oskar Lafontaine Renate Künast and Cem Özdemir
Party The Left Green
Last election 76 seats, 11.9% 68 seats, 10.7%
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The Next German federal election will be an election that will be determined to elect the members of the Bundestag, the federal parliament of Germany.[1] In the last federal election in 2009, the Christian Democratic Union (CDU); its Bavarian sister party, the Christian Social Union (CSU); and the Free Democratic Party (FDP) won the election with Angela Merkel as Chancellor and Guido Westerwelle as Vice-Chancellor. The Social Democratic Party (SPD) however suffered its worst defeat, SPD leader Frank-Walter Steinmeier conceded[2] and announced his intention to become head of the opposition in the Bundestag.[3]

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