The Central Council of Muslims in Germany, as well as the German Muslim League (Deutsche Muslim Liga) and the Islamische Zeitung newspaper on Monday published the results of a survey sent to the parties expected to be voted in to the next Bundestag.

Of the 61.5 million eligible voters in Germany's nationwide elections due to be held September 24, about 1.5 million are Muslim.

The survey's publishers Aiman Mazyek, Belal El-Mogaddedi and Sulaiman Wilms wrote that, like all citizens, these voters were interested in issues surrounding pensions, climate protection and education - parties' positions on these were well-covered.

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