BERLIN, GERMANY - MARCH 28: German Greens Party co-chairman Cem Oezdemir (L), co-chairwoman Claudia Roth (R), co-Bundestag Greens Party faction leaders Juergen Trittin (2nd from L) and Renate Kuenast... more 
BERLIN, GERMANY - MARCH 28: German Greens Party co-chairman Cem Oezdemir (L), co-chairwoman Claudia Roth (R), co-Bundestag Greens Party faction leaders Juergen Trittin (2nd from L) and Renate Kuenast (3rd from R) welcome Greens Party candidate in the state of Rhineland-Palatinate Eveline Lemke (C-L) and Greens Party candidate in the state of Baden-Wuerttemberg Winfried Kretschmann at the Greens Party headquarters the day after elections in Baden-Wuerttemberg and Rhineland-Palatinate on March 28, 2011 in Berlin, Germany. The Greens emerged as the second strongest party in Baden-Wuerttemberg and third strongest in Rhineland-Palatinate, and analysts credit the party's spectacular results with, among others, popular reaction in Germany against nuclear power following the ongoing disaster at the Fukushima facility in Japan. In Baden-Wuerttemberg the Greens will likely be able to install a Greens Party governor, breaking a 57-year hold on power by the German Christian Democrats (CDU). (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images) less 
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