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January 12, 2002 
Edmund Stoiber, chairman of Bavaria's Christian Social Union party
(CSU) smiles as he leaves a board... 
Germany 
STOIBER IS SMILES IN MAGDEBURG. 
Edmund Stoiber, chairman of Bavaria's Christian Social Union party
(CSU) smiles as he leaves a board meeting of the CSU's sister party
Christian Democratic Union party (CDU) in the eastern German city of
Magdeburg January 12, 2002. Stoiber, 60, the experienced governor of
Bavaria will lead the conservative opposition parties in their effort
to defeat Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder's of the Social Democrats in
September general elections. Stoiber won the nomination after the
leader of the largest opposition party, Angela Merkel, withdrew her
bid, ending a two-way battle over the conservatives' direction marked
by intrigue and backbiting. Merkel said she would help Stoiber run the
campaign. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay REUTERS

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