Germany held an election for the lower house of its Parliament, the Bundestag, on September 22. This Guardian article gives the results, which are still being tallied. So far the only parties that will be represented in the Bundestag seem to be the Christian Democrats and their Bavarian allies, the Christian Social Party; the Social Democratic Party; the Left Party (Linke in German); and the Greens.
A new party called Alternative for Germany seems to be getting 4.7% of the vote, not quite enough to be represented in the Bundestag. This party is not against the European Union but is desires that Germany cease using the Euro. The Free Democrats are also getting 4.7%, below the needed 5%.