The chancellor is on course for a fourth term but the emergence of the anti-immigrant party promises a bittersweet outcome

Polls have opened in Germany for an election that could serve a bittersweet victory for incumbent chancellor Angela Merkel.

While Merkel is widely expected to be reelected as chancellor for a fourth term, Sunday’s vote is likely to see a far-right party enter parliament for the first time in over six decades.

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