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Regional election in north German state of Bremen a test for center-left alliance

  • Voters in Bremen, Germany are deciding whether the center-left Social Democrats should continue to govern the city that they have run since World War II.
  • At the last election, the Social Democrats retained power with the help of the Greens and Left party, despite coming second behind its conservative rivals for the first time in 70 years.
  • Recent polls show greater support for the Social Democrats than their challengers, however, both of Mayor Andreas Bovenschulte's junior coalition partners have lost ground.
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