Germany: 'Merkel must go!' say anti-refugee and anti-TTIP protesters
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Scores of people gathered to condemn German Chancellor Angela Merkel and her policies at a protest in Radolfzell, Monday, as she visited a dairy factory in the town. Protesters held banners and placards condemning her policy on refugees, TTIP and calling for her "to go." One protester, Resch Hans, called the TTIP agreement "secret" and called for the people of Germany, and not just politicians, to be able decide on such regulations. Some 1,400 supporters attended the talk which Merkel gave at the diary factory, in which she spoke on the topics of the so-called refugee crisis, the European Union's borders and the upcoming Christian Democratic Union (CDU) regional elections in Baden-Wuerttemberg that will be held on March 13.