BERLIN, GERMANY - JULY 15:  Bernd Lucke, chairman of the new "Alternative fuer Deutschland" political party, and party co-spokeswoman Frauke Petry speak to the media at a party press conference on July 15, 2013 in Berlin, Germany. Party leaders confirmed that the new party, which is positioning itself as center-right and Euro-skeptical, has received enough signatures from supporters that it will run in German federal elections scheduled for September. Though the party has little chance of gaining seats in the Bundestag, it is likely to draw votes away from other newcomer parties like the German Pirates Party and a even the well-established German Free Democrats (FDP).  (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)