Founding member of the pro-Erdogan party Alliance of German Democrats (ADD) Ugur Karadag insisted that their campaigning had received overwhelmingly positive reactions from German citizens, during a campaign rally in Festhalle Albstadt, Baden-Wurttemberg, Sunday. «We have received a much more positive resonance on the streets. People react very positively even when they see Erdogan,» said... Еще Karadag. He went on to say that German citizens had been «manipulated» by the German press and media and those who inform themselves online view the Turkish government in a much more positive light. He went on to say that the small ADD party could not imagine forming a coalition with any of the other current German parties due to the fact that they have «anti-Turkey politics and anti-Erdogan politics.» The recently formed ADD party is led by ethnic Turks and is currently polling at below one percent nationally. The party has hung placards depicting Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in major German cities including Cologne, Dusseldorf, Duisburg and Essen.