Germany's Left has picked two women to lead the anti-capitalist party into this fall's national election.
A party conference Saturday elected Janine Wissler und Susanne Hennig-Wellsow as co-leaders.
Wissler is the Left's parliamentary caucus leader in Hesse state.
Hennig-Wellsow is the party's chairwoman in Thuringia, the only German state where the Left leads a government.
The succeed Katja Kipping and Bernd Riexinger, who have led the party since 2012.
The Left, which is partly rooted in East Germany's governing Socialist Unity Party, received 9.2% of the vote in the 2017 national election. Current polls ahead of the vote on Sept. 26 put its support at 7-8%.
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