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The leader of the Free Democratic Party (FDP) Christian Lindner addresses a press conference in a hotel in Erfurt, eastern Germany, shortly after the newly elected Thuringia State Premier and FDP member announced his resignation on February 6, 2020, just one day after his election. - The premier of Germany's Thuringia state Thomas Kemmerich resigned and called for snap regional polls, a day after he was voted into office with help from far-right lawmakers and caused a political earthquake. The small state of Thuringia had broken a German political taboo on February 5, 2020 after a candidate for the regional premiership was heaved into office with help from the far-right AfD party for the first time, sending shockwaves to Berlin. (Photo by Jens Schlueter / AFP) (Photo by JENS SCHLUETER/AFP via Getty Images)
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Credit:
JENS SCHLUETER / Contributor
Editorial #:
1198914103
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AFP
Date created:
06 February, 2020
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Source:
AFP
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