In the fall elections, the Christian Democrats highlighted the popularity of their leader Chancellor Angela Merkel.
In January the Supreme Court ruled that government cannot ban corporations from funding candidate elections. No matter where you stand politically, virtually no one disputes that the flow of money affects political outcomes. As part of our occasional Here, There series, we look at campaign finance and the role money plays in the electoral politics of three developed countries: Germany, the U.K. and Japan.
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