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Germany's vice chancellor Sigmar Gabriel on Sunday dismissed as "nonsense" rumours he was about to resign as leader of the beleaguered Social Democrats, quashing the latest speculation about the party's leadership.Rumours have been swirling about who the SPD would field as its leading candidate for the 2017 general elections.On Sunday, Bild am Sonntag newspaper reported that Gabriel was planning to postpone the announcement of the party's leading candidate for next year's general elections to next May, rather than in the beginning of 2017 .Gabriel had in October announced his intention of seeking Germany's top job.
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