The Left (Germany)

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The Left / Left Party
Leader Katja Kipping
Bernd Riexinger
Founded 16 June 2007
Headquarters Karl-Liebknecht-Haus
Kl. Alexanderstraße 28
D-10178 Berlin
Ideology Democratic Socialism
International affiliation none
European affiliation Party of the European Left
European Parliament group GUE/NGL
Colours Red
Website
www.die-linke.de
Politics of Germany
Political parties

The Left or the Left Party, German: Die Linke, is a political party in Germany. It was formed on 16 June 2007, when The Left Party.PDS joined with WASG to form a unified party. While the PDS was considered by German authorities as extremist, the WASG was not considered extremist.[1]

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