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Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson. A prosperous area of Bavaria has become a stronghold for the far-right AfD. If the party does well in Sunday's regional elections, it could knock Chancellor Merkel's closest political ally from power. German Chancellor Angela Merkel's coalition government is bracing for another political blow this weekend. The anti-immigrant AfD party, which already forms the official opposition in Germany's national parliament, could achieve similar success in Bavaria's state elections this Sunday.
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Germany's Coalition Government Braces For Bavaria's Elections
Australia forward Mathew Leckie cancelled out Dominik Kaiser's fourth-minute opener for Leipzig with a penalty before the break and Stefan Lex secured the win in the 77th, giving Ingolstadt an unassailable seven-point lead over Darmstadt with one round of games remaining. Audi, a subsidiary of the Volkswagen group, is headquartered in the Bavarian town of , inhabitants north of Munich. The club secured promotion from the Bavarian league to the third-tier regional league in and won promotion to the second division in
German support for Chancellor Angela Merkel and her conservatives is at an all-time low, and in few places is that more evident than Bavaria. A booming economy and ever fewer migrants crossing the border into the wealthy alpine state haven't eased a populist backlash against the Christian Social Union CSU , which is the closest ally of Merkel's party, the Christian Democrats CDU. The CSU has governed Bavaria for all but three years since , most of the time with an absolute majority. But its future is in doubt, with conservative Bavarian voters in the midst of a shift toward Alternative for Germany AfD. Just 5 years old, the far-right party is currently the main opposition in the German parliament and is widely expected to win seats in the Bavarian legislature for the first time when regional elections are held on Sunday.