German anti-euro party enters 1st state assembly
A party that wants to ditch the euro currency in its current form was elected to one of Germany's state assemblies for the first time Sunday, bolstering its claim to be the main euro-skeptic force in the country.


Exit polls released by German public broadcasters showed the party, Alternative for Germany, receiving up to 10 percent of the vote in elections for the Saxony state parliament. This would be enough for it to clear the 5-percent hurdle needed to enter parliament.