Alternative fur Deutschland's election party celebrated as the first exit poll announced suggested a 13 percent vote share, a potential capture of between 80-90 seats in the Bundestag, Sunday. The party's nominee Alice Weidel thanked the supporters gathered in Berlin for their support, before saying that she would attempt to follow through on her pre-election promise to investigate Chancellor... Еще Angela Merkel in relation to the refugee crisis. The party is predicted to pass the five percent threshold for the first time in its four-year history, meaning it will enter the Bundestag for the first time. As was forecast, Angela Merkel's CDU/CSU will remain Germany's largest party with 32 percent and its main opposition, the Social Democrats led by Martin Schultz, managed a 20 percent share. However, both under-performed compared to pre-election polls.