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German federal elections 2005
Schröder loses motion of confidence
German president dissolves parliament; elections in September
German Constitutional Court green-lights early elections call
TV debate between German chancellor Schröder and opposition leader Merkel held
Death of candidate will delay final results for German federal election by weeks
One week before German federal election, the race is wide-open again
German Christian Democrats win by-election in Dresden
Schröder gives up German chancellorship ambitions, makes way for Merkel
German Social and Christian Democrats agree on new government
Angela Merkel elected new German chancellor
Politics of Germany
German federal election, 2005
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