The radical right party profited from the fact immigration was the number one election issue.
But can its breakthrough last?
n 1991 Belgium had its (first) black Sunday, when the populist radical right Flemish Block gained 6.8% of the national vote.
Since then many other western European countries have gone through a similar experience, from Denmark to Switzerland.
And now, even the ever stable Germany has its own schwarzer Sonntag, and it’s blacker than most people had expected.
The populist radical-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) party not only enters the Bundestag, the German parliament, but…