AfD Holds Federal Congress in Hanover
This image was converted from color to black and white) Alice Weidel and Georg Pazderski of the right-wing Alternative for Germany (AfD) walk by after the withdrawal of Pazderski from the election as co-chairman during the AfD federal congress at the Hannover Congress Centrum (HCC) on December 2, 2017 in Hanover, Germany. After two rounds of elections, both times neither of the candidates could win and the election round is now on hold. The AfD won 12.6% of the vote in German federal elections last September, making it the first right-wing party to win Bundestag seats. The party is currently represented by approximately 90 parliamentarians in the Bundestag.