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Sunday, 6 June 2010

German neo-Nazi parties 'consider merger'

Germany's two main neo-Nazi parties are considering plans to merge in an attempt to gain popularity, according to reports.
The National Democratic Party (NPD) and the German People's Union (DVU), who have face flagging membership and money problems, are reportedly asking members their thoughts, according to sources at the NPD's party conference in Bamberg.

According to the newspaper Tagespiegel, the DVU in particular needs to merge in order to avoid being wiped out. The DVU has around 4,500 members, according to the German intelligence service, while the NPD has closer to 7,000.

While the NPD has had minor success in state parliaments, holding seats in Saxony and Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, neither party has done well in the national parliament, with both failing claim the five per cent needed to hold seats.
The Telegraph