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Yeah, same here (in Britain)

Well, it would only be fair, Stoiber always sits next to Merkel, so they have to be treated as two parties. They made a contract with each other not to compeat in each others territory, but I know they used to try and also the CSU got mightly burned, when they tried to establish the DSU after the Wende. One of my professors was a founding member of the DSU, it was very interesting...

So Parties or Factions? Big question.

But I don't think, it has sunk through to everybody yet, it might still be just a theoretical one.

by PeWi on Mon Sep 19th, 2005 at 03:42:25 AM EST
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