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>> Hundreds of protestors have gathered outside a night club in Eastern Berlin where the far alternative for Germany is celebrating becoming the thrid largest party in Germany's parliament.>>
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> Alexander Gauland, who's one of the top candidates for the AfD, said that the AfD would hound Merkel when they're in parliament and that the government better get ready for a rough ride ahead. He also said the AfD would help Germans get their country back. The AFD wants Germany to leave the Eurozone.
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So the AfD are the real winners. They've gone from having 0% to 13%. It's going to change the focus in Parliament because the debate will shift to the right. There'll be more discussion about migration and the Eurozone policy. The AfD have said tonight that they want to focus on those two things when they get into parliament.
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They're also opposed to EU sanctions against Russia over Crimea. And they also want to have a referendum on the EU membership. All of these are issues that the AfD is likely to bring to the forward now in Parliament.