Guido Westerwelle at a FDP election party in Bonn, Germany
RMFPK0AHGuido Westerwelle at a FDP election party in Bonn, Germany
Berlin, Germany, election poster with the FDP, Guido Westerwelle
RMD2W83CBerlin, Germany, election poster with the FDP, Guido Westerwelle
(dpa) - Chairman of the Liberals (FDP) Guido Westerwelle (R) takes the applause of the delegates after his speech at the regional election meeting of North Rhine Westfalian FDP in Guetersloh, Germany, 10 July 2005. Westerwelle was elected by 93 percent. to the first position on the regional party ti
RMD3B8MB(dpa) - Chairman of the Liberals (FDP) Guido Westerwelle (R) takes the applause of the delegates after his speech at the regional election meeting of North Rhine Westfalian FDP in Guetersloh, Germany, 10 July 2005. Westerwelle was elected by 93 percent. to the first position on the regional party ti
Election posters of the conservative Christian Democratic Union (CDU) party showing German Chancellor Angela Merkel (top) and of the liberal FDP party showing its leader Guido Westerwelle are seen in central Berlin August 18, 2009. Germany will vote in a general election September 27.  REUTERS/Thomas Peter  (GERMANY POLITICS ELECTIONS)
RM2CPPBJEElection posters of the conservative Christian Democratic Union (CDU) party showing German Chancellor Angela Merkel (top) and of the liberal FDP party showing its leader Guido Westerwelle are seen in central Berlin August 18, 2009. Germany will vote in a general election September 27. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY POLITICS ELECTIONS)
(dpa) - Guido Westerwelle, German chairman of the Liberal party (FDP), rests his head in his hand in front of the German national flag during an election campaign of his party in the former Bundestag in Bonn, Germany, 7 July 2002.
RMD3A44M(dpa) - Guido Westerwelle, German chairman of the Liberal party (FDP), rests his head in his hand in front of the German national flag during an election campaign of his party in the former Bundestag in Bonn, Germany, 7 July 2002.
German Free Democratic Party (FDP) party leader Guido Westerwelle speaks during a news conference on the results of the European Parliament elections in the FDP party headquarters in Berlin June 8, 2009. Chancellor Angela Merkel's favoured coalition partner, the pro-business FDP, was the biggest winner in Sunday's European polls, pointing to a possible alliance between the two centre-right parties after the autumn election.  REUTERS/Thomas Peter  (GERMANY)
RM2CM20AMGerman Free Democratic Party (FDP) party leader Guido Westerwelle speaks during a news conference on the results of the European Parliament elections in the FDP party headquarters in Berlin June 8, 2009. Chancellor Angela Merkel's favoured coalition partner, the pro-business FDP, was the biggest winner in Sunday's European polls, pointing to a possible alliance between the two centre-right parties after the autumn election. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY)
(dpa) - Guido Westerwelle, Chairman of the German liberal party FDP, serves as a barmixer to promote his election campaign programme in a student's cafeteria in Greifswald, Germany, 7 August 2002. For five weeks Westerwelle will tour the country in his trailer, the so called 'Guidomobil'.
RMD3B6XG(dpa) - Guido Westerwelle, Chairman of the German liberal party FDP, serves as a barmixer to promote his election campaign programme in a student's cafeteria in Greifswald, Germany, 7 August 2002. For five weeks Westerwelle will tour the country in his trailer, the so called 'Guidomobil'.
An election poster of the liberal FDP party shows its party leader Guido Westerwelle near the Fernsehturm television tower in Berlin  August 31, 2009.   REUTERS/Thomas Peter  (GERMANY POLITICS ELECTIONS)
RM2CMC4T4An election poster of the liberal FDP party shows its party leader Guido Westerwelle near the Fernsehturm television tower in Berlin August 31, 2009. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY POLITICS ELECTIONS)
(dpa) - Guido Westerwelle, chairman of the Liberal Democratic Party (FDP) is featured on an election poster, which reads ' Tax down jobs up. Second vote for FDP' pictured ahead of the general elections for the German Bundestag parliament on 18 September 2005, in the state of North Rhine Westphalia, Germany on 27 August 2005. Photo: Wolfgang Moucha
RMD3KTRA(dpa) - Guido Westerwelle, chairman of the Liberal Democratic Party (FDP) is featured on an election poster, which reads ' Tax down jobs up. Second vote for FDP' pictured ahead of the general elections for the German Bundestag parliament on 18 September 2005, in the state of North Rhine Westphalia, Germany on 27 August 2005. Photo: Wolfgang Moucha
Guido Westerwelle (R), leader of the pro-business Free Democratic Party (FDP) celebrates at the FDP venue after the German general election (Bundestagswahl) in Berlin September 27, 2009. REUTERS/Thomas Peter  (GERMANY POLITICS ELECTIONS)
RM2CK6WDYGuido Westerwelle (R), leader of the pro-business Free Democratic Party (FDP) celebrates at the FDP venue after the German general election (Bundestagswahl) in Berlin September 27, 2009. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY POLITICS ELECTIONS)
Plauen, Germany. 29th Aug, 2013. German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle arrives for an election campaign event of his Free Democratic Party (FDP) in Plauen, Germany, 29 August 2013. Photo: Hendrik Schmidt/dpa/Alamy Live News
RMDDAM3APlauen, Germany. 29th Aug, 2013. German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle arrives for an election campaign event of his Free Democratic Party (FDP) in Plauen, Germany, 29 August 2013. Photo: Hendrik Schmidt/dpa/Alamy Live News
Germany, Duisburg, 22.04.1989. Archive No.: 07-05-25 FDP European Party Conference Photo: Federal Foreign Minister Hans-Dietrich Genscher and Guido Westerwelle [automated translation]
RM2FNG7Y8Germany, Duisburg, 22.04.1989. Archive No.: 07-05-25 FDP European Party Conference Photo: Federal Foreign Minister Hans-Dietrich Genscher and Guido Westerwelle [automated translation]
FDP chairman Philipp Roesler (L) and German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle meet prior to the committee meeting of the Free Liberals FDP in Berlin, Germany, 07 May 2012. Although FDP lost more than six percent compared to the last election in 2009 the party managed to enter the state parliament. Photo: JOERG CARSTENSEN
RMD620G3FDP chairman Philipp Roesler (L) and German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle meet prior to the committee meeting of the Free Liberals FDP in Berlin, Germany, 07 May 2012. Although FDP lost more than six percent compared to the last election in 2009 the party managed to enter the state parliament. Photo: JOERG CARSTENSEN