Mrs Merkel is portrayed in the buff, with her hands protecting her modesty, in the satirical cartoon by political magazine Der Spiegel. The provocative drawing, captioned "The price of power", takes aim at the Chancellor for agreeing to go into coalition with the SPD. In the background of the cartoon, drawn by British artist Nishant Choksi, three people wearing t-shirts spelling out 'SPD' flee with Mrs Merkel's clothes. The magazine's editorial is equally scathing, telling its readers: " Angela Merkel has paid a high price in order to stay Chancellor a little longer. Germany had been without a government following September's inconclusive federal election, plunging the country into deep uncertainty. Mrs Merkel made major concessions to the SPD to secure a fourth term in office after an inconclusive election in September. In an interview with Der Spiegel, Hamburg mayor Mr Scholz said Germany should not dictate economic policies to its eurozone partners. He told the magazine: "We don't want to dictate to other European countries how they should develop economically.
Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter. Log In. Angela Merkel nude photos go viral Listen Print. It wasn't enough that photographs of German Chancellor Angela Merkel clad in a black bathing suit appeared in the morning press. Now photos of a naked young Merkel strolling along a beach have emerged. From naked sledding to hiking in nothing more than a pair of boots, many Germans enjoy a spot of public nudity.
The German Embassy in Washington declined to comment Monday on a nude photograph that some online have claimed depict a younger Chancellor Angela Merkel, while the nudist blogger who first posted the image said he does not believe it is Merkel. The black-and-white image depicts three young women at a beach; a series of European news outlets have suggested that Merkel is the woman on the far left. The image appears to have been posted online in on a nudist lifestyle blog called "Nudiarist," although the picture it circulated in recent days on Reddit and in various publications, including Digital Journal and the Spanish Vanity Fair.
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