Germany's anti-immigration party aims for election win in Saxony

Opinion polls show the AfD may secure the most ballots, signalling Saxony's shifting further right.

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    The anti-immigration party Alternative for Germany (AfD) is hoping to make big electoral gains in the eastern state of Saxony.

    The area, long a bastion of conservative politics, votes on Sunday.

    Opinion polls show the AfD may secure the most ballots, signalling Saxony's shifting even further right.


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