Free elections are celebrations of the democratic process, and the
Germans celebrated in an unprecedented way on September 27,
1998. After sixteen years of Christian Democratic rule, the public
used its democratic power to change the government. Indeed, for the
first time in the history of the Federal Republic, voters rejected a sitting
chancellor and chose a new government through the ballot box.
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