Members of the Pirates party vote during their party convention in Neumuenster, 

Members of the Pirates party vote during their party convention in Neumuenster, northern Germany, Saturday, April 28, 2012. Pirates are capturing Germany's political system: The party started as a marginal club of computer nerds and hackers, but its appeal as an anti-establishment movement has lured many young voters to the ballot boxes, gaining it parliamentary seats in two consecutive state elections. Slogans in the background left and right read: "Get Reay for Changing". (AP Photo/dapd, Clemens Bilan)
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Members of the Pirates party vote during their party convention in Neumuenster, northern Germany, Saturday, April 28, 2012. Pirates are capturing Germany's political system: The party started as a marginal club of computer nerds and hackers, but its appeal as an anti-establishment movement has lured many young voters to the ballot boxes, gaining it parliamentary seats in two consecutive state elections. Slogans in the background left and right read: "Get Reay for Changing". (AP Photo/dapd, Clemens Bilan)
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