Regional elections in Germany that took place on March 13 in the three lands of the country, the highest result showed the party “Alternative for Germany” (ADH) that is opposed to the migration policy of the German Chancellor Angela Merkel. According to exit polls, ADH passes all three of the regional Parliament, reports Reuters.
So, in Saxony-Anhalt the party ADG took second place, pre-dial for 21.5% of the vote. The conservative party “Christian democratic Union” (HDZ) in the elections in the region takes the first place, gaining, according to preliminary polls, about 29% of the vote, according to ARD.
March 13, elections were held in Saxony-Anhalt, Baden-württemberg and Rhineland-Palatinate, they became the first regional vote in Germany since may of last year. In the summer of 2015 in Europe began the migration crisis, and now the voters can demonstrate what they think about immigration policy of the authorities.
The party “Alternative for Germany” was created in 2013 and first called for conservative measures in the financial sector and criticized the European Union. With this program she was able to get representation in the Parliament of Saxony in 2014, as well as in Hamburg and Bremen in 2015.
In the summer of 2015 to the leadership of the party came former activists of the far-right National democratic party (NDP), resulting in the party’s program has changed — the bet was made to the criticism of the migration policy of the current authorities of Germany, the demand to stop the Islamisation of Europe, to ban gay marriage and to strengthen ties with Russia. Thanks to the active promotion of it has strengthened its position both on the East and West of Germany.