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Liberalism ,  Classical liberalism  . Centre to centre-right. Their manifesto was endorsed by several economists, journalists, and business leaders, and stated that the eurozone had proven to be " unsuitable " as a currency area and that southern European states were "sinking into poverty under the competitive pressure of the euro".
The Free Voters leadership declined to join forces, according to a leaked email from Bernd Lucke. The AfD's initial supporters were the same prominent economists, business leaders, and journalists who had supported the Electoral Alternative , including former members of the Christian Democratic Union CDU , who had previously challenged the constitutionality of the German government's eurozone policies at the Federal Constitutional Court.
On 14 April , the AfD announced its presence to the wider public when it held its first convention in Berlin , elected the party leadership, and adopted a party platform.
Between 31 March and 12 May , the AfD founded affiliates in all 16 German states in order to participate in the federal elections. On 22 September , the AfD won 4.
The party won about 2 million party list votes and , constituency votes, which was 1. The AfD did not participate in the Bavaria state election held on 15 September The conference chose the slogan Mut zu Deutschland "Courage [to stand up] for Germany" to replace the former slogan Mut zur Wahrheit lit.
On 31 August , the AfD scored 9. On 15 February AfD won 6. On 10 May the AfD secured in the 5. With the migrant debate remaining the dominant national issue, on 13 March elections held in the three states of Baden-Württemberg , Rhineland-Palatinate and Saxony-Anhalt saw the AfD receiving double-digit percentages of the vote in all three states.
In the Baden-Württemberg state election , the AfD achieved third place, with In the Rhineland-Palatinate state election , the AfD again reached third place, with In Angela Merkel 's home state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern , her CDU was beaten into third place following a strong showing of the AfD, who contested at state level for the first time, to claim the second-highest polling with In the Berlin state election , which the AfD also contested for the first time,  they achieved a vote of At the party congress held on 30 April to 1 May , the AfD adopted a policy platform based upon opposition to Islam, calling for the ban of Islamic symbols including burkhas , minarets and the call to prayer , using the slogan "Islam is not a part of Germany".
At the party conference in April , Frauke Petry announced that she would not run as the party's main candidate for the federal election. Björn Höcke from the far-right wing of the party and Petry were attempting to push each other out of the party.
Petry's decision was partly seen as a step to avoid a vote at the conference on the issue of her standing. Gauland supported the retention of Höcke's party membership.
Alice Weidel, who is perceived as more moderate and neoliberal , was elected as his running mate. In the German federal elections, the AfD won Under a long-standing law intended to benefit regional parties, any party that wins at least three constituency seats qualifies for its share of proportionally-elected seats, regardless of vote share.
At a press conference held by AfD the day after the election, Petry said that she would participate in the Bundestag as an independent; she said she did this because extremist statements by some members made it impossible for AfD to function as a constructive opposition, and to make clear to voters that there is internal dissent in the AfD.
She also said that she would be leaving the party at some future date. On 6 November , Petry announced that the Blue Party would dissolve by the end of the year .
Poggenburg gave as reasons for his resignation a shift to the left in the AfD when it jettisoned from extremists in order to appear more moderate to voters.
In , Poggenburg started a new far-right party, Aufbruch deutscher Patrioten — Mitteldeutschland "Dawn of German Patriots", AdP , which planned to field candidates in state elections in Saxony , Thuringia , and Brandenburg in Fall In August , party founder Poggenburg left the AdP because his internal call to support the AfD in the upcoming state elections of fall was denied.
The AfD was founded as a centre-right conservative party of the middle class with a tendency toward soft Euroscepticism, being generally supportive of Germany's membership in the European Union but critical of further European integration , the existence of the euro currency and the bailouts by the Eurozone for countries such as Greece.
By May , the party became polarised into two factions, one centred around Lucke and his core economic policies and another group led by Petry, which favoured an anti-immigration approach.
The result was that Lucke's faction left to found a new party: the Alliance for Progress and Renewal ,  which was renamed the Liberal Conservative Reformers in November AfD also supports the privatization of social programs and state owned enterprises.
Since , the AfD has moved further to the right. The party now resembles other populist radical-right parties in Europe but is somewhat unusual because it maintains visible ties to even more extreme groups.
In March , the Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution German : Bundesamt für Verfassungsschutz classified the far-right nationalistic faction known as Der Flügel as "a right-wing extremist endeavor against the free democratic basic order" and as "not compatible with the Basic Law" and therefore placed it under intelligence surveillance.
Over time, a focus on German nationalism , on reclaiming Germany's sovereignty and national pride, especially in repudiation of Germany's culture of shame with regard to its Nazi past, became more central in AfD's ideology and a central plank in its populist appeals.
In January , Höcke in a speech stated, in reference to the Berlin Holocaust Memorial : "Germans are the only people in the world who plant a monument of shame in the heart of the capital" and criticized this "laughable policy of coming to terms with the past".
The party describes German national identity as under threat both from European integration and from the presence and accommodation of immigrants and refugees within Germany.
Former leader Petry said in March "I'm not against immigration, but The immigration of so many Muslims will change our culture. If this change is desired, it must be the product of a democratic decision supported by a broad majority.
But Ms. Merkel simply opened the borders and invited everybody in, without consulting the parliament or the people.
According to its interim electoral manifesto, the party is against same-sex marriage and favours civil unions.
The party is also against adoption for same-sex couples. The party has a platform of climate change scepticism   and therefore criticizes the energy transformation policies Energiewende that have promoted renewable energy.
The party wants to most notably restrict "uncontrolled expansion of wind energy". AfD wants a reinstatement of conscription , starting for men at the age of In foreign policy, as of , the party platform was pro- NATO , pro- United States and largely pro- Israel ,   but the party was significantly divided on whether to support Russia , and had opposed sanctions on Russia supported by NATO and the United States.
He also said the AfD is against Western sanctions imposed on Russia. AfD initially held a position of soft Euroscepticism by opposing the euro currency and Eurozone bailouts which the party saw as undermining European integration but was otherwise supportive of German membership of the European Union.
AfD now calls for an end to German Eurozone membership, withdrawal from the common European asylum and security policy, significant reform of the EU and a repatriation of powers back from Brussels with some party members endorsing a complete exit from the European Union if these aims are not achievable.
Because the federal election was the first attempt to join by the party, the AfD had not received any federal funds in the run-up to it,  but after receiving 2 million votes it crossed the threshold for party funding and was expected to receive an estimated 1.
This will probably rise to more than million Euros per year from onward. Further, the party has established and acknowledged a foundation for political education, and other purposes, close to the party but organized separately, which may be able to claim up to 80 million Euro per year.
The acceptance of donations from non-EU countries is prohibited for German parties and politicians. At the outset AfD presented itself as conservative and middle-class, catering to a well-educated demographic; around two-thirds of supporters listed on its website in the early days held doctorates, leading to AfD being nicknamed the "professors' party" in those early days.
Outside the Berlin hotel where the party held its inaugural meeting, it has been alleged that copies of Junge Freiheit , a weekly that is also popular with the far-right were being handed out.
In , Alternative for Germany party organisers sent out the message that they are not trying to attract right-wing radicals, and toned down rhetoric on their Facebook page following media allegations that it too closely evoked the language of the far-right.
A investigation conducted by the internet social analytic company Linkfluence showed little to no similarities in Facebook likes of AfD followers and those of the NPD supporter base.
In August , critics from far-left anti-fascist anarchists to the mainstream Green Party accused AfD of peddling in xenophobic and nationalistic sentiments.
On 24 August , Lucke and 16 other party members were reported to have been attacked in Bremen by opponents who used pepper spray and pushed Lucke from the stage.
Initial reports by party officials and the police suggested that they were left-wing extremists, and that about eight out of 20—25 attackers had succeeded in getting onto the stage.
It was reported that a campaign worker had been cut with a knife. Later the police indicated that the number of people was probably around 10, of whom only two were known to have gained access to the stage, that only one of the opponents was known to be a left wing activist, and that the minor cut sustained by a campaign worker was probably not caused by a knife and was incurred later when attempting to apprehend a fleeing attacker.
Following the German Federal Election , the anti-Islam party Die Freiheit unilaterally pledged to support Alternative for Germany in the elections and concentrate its efforts on local elections only.
An article in the German LGBT magazine Queer interpreted her statement as a demand to protect "normal" allegedly referring to heterosexual families in elementary school.
She has accused school gay youth networks of using "forced sexualization" on their students. In November , a leading Berlin theatre, the Schaubühne , was brought into legal conflict with members of the AfD over a piece, Falk Richter's FEAR, that parodied them as zombies and mass murderers.
Beatrix von Storch, and Conservative spokesperson Hedwig von Beverfoerde , then requested and obtained a preliminary injunction against the theatre, prohibiting it from using images of them in the production.
They charged that the images' use violated their human dignity protected under the Constitution. The judges commented that "any audience member can recognize that this is just a play".
In November , Markus Pretzell said that German borders should be defended "with armed force as a measure of last resort",  and in January , Frauke Petry twice said similar things.
Rhein-Zeitung has offered the audio-recording of the interview in which she advocates firing on refugees.
Stern reports that among AfD candidates for the Bundestag, 47 candidates have not distanced themselves from right-wing extremism.
Although a large proportion of the candidates are not openly racist, some relativize Germany's role in World War II or call for the recognition of a "Cult of Guilt".
Others mourn the German Reich or use their symbols. In response to the Pegida movement and demonstrations, members of AfD have expressed different opinions of it, with Lucke describing the movement as "a sign that these people do not feel their concerns are understood by politicians".
In May , the statue of the founding father of communism Karl Marx , donated by the Chinese government , was unveiled in Karl Marx's hometown of Trier, Germany.
AfD leader Alexander Gauland said the city should not be accepting the statue because it disrespects victims of communism.
Björn Höcke , one of the founders of AfD,     gave a speech in Dresden in January , in which, referring to the Holocaust memorial in Berlin , he stated that "we Germans are the only people in the world who have planted a memorial of shame in the heart of their capital",  and suggested that Germans "need to make a degree change in their politics of commemoration".
The speech was widely criticized as antisemitic , among others by Jewish leaders in Germany. As a result of his speech, the leaders of the AfD have asked in February that Björn Höcke be expelled from the party.
The arbitration committee of the AfD in Thuringia is set to rule on the leaders' request. The Young Alternative for Germany German : Junge Alternative für Deutschland or JA , was founded in as the youth organisation of the AfD, while remaining legally independent from its mother party.
In view of the JA's independence it has been regarded by some in the AfD hierarchy as being somewhat wayward,  with the JA repeatedly accused of being "too far-right",  politically regressive and antifeminist by the German mainstream media.
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Voters: The AfD has poached voters from all the other major parties except the Greens, and has simultaneously succeeded in mobilizing many non-voters.
It is especially successful in Germany's East. History: The right-wing nationalist Alternative for Germany AfD has surged to prominence in the six years of its existence.
Founded just five months before the election as a euroskeptic party, the AfD very nearly entered the Bundestag. The AfD was originally created by a group of neo-liberal academics as a protest against the single European currency.
But a power struggle in ended with the ouster of party leader Bernd Lucke, who was replaced by Frauke Petry. Petry, along with other prominent figures, set a much more overtly nationalist, anti-immigrant, anti-Islam agenda, a policy that scored some success during the refugee crisis of Critics accuse the AfD of giving hate and intolerance a platform.
Their political gains have prompted angry responses from Germans dismayed at the reemergence of values associated with right-wing extremists and Nazis.
The party wants to immediately deport anyone whose application for political asylum is rejected and to encourage foreigners to return to their home countries.
It also questions the notion that climate change is man-made and wants to reverse Germany's ongoing transition to renewable energy sources.
Preferred coalition partners: Ruled out by all other parties, but closest in policy to the CSU. History: The Free Democrats were a permanent fixture in the German parliament from the early days of the Federal Republic.
The FDP proved an indispensable partner in the business of kindling good foreign relations and rebuilding the country's damaged political system.
Consequently, it provided the bigger parties with many cabinet ministers, some of whom, such as Helmut Kohl's long-term foreign minister, Hans-Dietrich Genscher, became major postwar historical figures.
Platform: The FDP's program is founded on the principles of individual freedom and civil rights. The FDP has had difficulty proving its importance in recent elections, despite leader Christian Lindner managing to return it to the Bundestag in Reuters journalist Andreas Rinke examined the German chancellor in a "lexicon.
As a look at Seehofer's past shows, this collision was a long time coming.
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German voters trust her to steward the economy safely. She staked out positions further to the right of Merkel's, particularly on immigration.
An assuming mien, political savvy and cool headedness: Chancellor Angela Merkel has become a near-mythological political figure outside of Europe.
Her popularity at home, however, has waxed and waned in recent years. In the tumultuous first decades of the 20th century, the party acted as an umbrella organization for a number of leftist movements, trade unionists, and communists.
On the left: "Women! His lesson is our lesson". Both remain hugely respected figures in German politics. Altogether, the party has been part of the German government for 34 of the 67 years of the Federal Republic and led governing coalitions for 21 of those.
It stands for a strong social infrastructure, despite a problematic recent legacy on unemployment benefits. The September election saw the worst result for the SPD in the party's history.
She ultimately failed and resigned after the party's disastrous showing in European elections in May — its worst-ever result in a national election in the postwar era, leaving it in third place behind the Greens.
History: The Green party is probably the most successful counter-culture movement in Germany's postwar political history.
The Greens cleared the 5-percent hurdle by a slim margin in — to the suprise of many. Once a party associated with hippies and environmental activists, the Greens gradually became a mainstream party for the middle class.
Their success lies in the fact that all of these causes have been incorporated into mainstream politics since the alliance was officially founded in the Green party itself was founded in Platform: Political pundits tend to divide the Greens between the " Realos " and the " Fundis " —- the "realists," who are willing to compromise party aims to have a say in government, and the more left-wing "fundamentalists," who are closer to the party's counter-culture roots.
While environmentalism remains a core cause agriculture reform was a key Green achievement in the early s , it has also pushed a leftist agenda on tax and social policy.
Read more: The surprising success of Germany's Green party. However, many of these have switched to the populist nationalism of the AfD in the past couple years.
The reunification of West and East Germany brought with it former communists looking for a new political home.
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