A year after the government keeps the black-and-inaugural-blue coalition in Austria is stable. This is due to the fact that she places the utmost importance on a disciplined communication.
It is more than a symbol-oriented, Protocol act, with the Federal President, Alexander Van der Bellen, the young Chairman of the ÖVP, a year ago, the Chancellor appointed. It marked the turning of the political time, Sebastian Kurz and his coalition partner, the right-wing populist FPÖ under its party leader Heinz Christian Strache launched.
Whether in front of supporters of his own party base, whether in public appearances: the black-blue coalition places the highest value on an extremely disciplined communication. Harmony is the motto to demonstrate, between the Chancellor and Vice-Chancellor, between the people's party and Freedom. It is important to show to the outside with no dissent, to convey to the media image, that here for the first time in a Long time exclusively to property, plant, and policy-oriented government at work.
"We, as government parties, with the goal of working for Austria, and not to hinder us in this work are in a constant dispute, as was the case in the past," said Short recently compared to the ORF.
large-scale demonstrations in Vienna against the conservative governmentConsiderable pace
Similarly, the FPÖ Vice-Chancellor Heinz-Christian Strache speaks: "We have shown that we can work together professionally and humanly to each other correctly, away from dispute and discord, as was formerly the case."
In the case of the topics, the coalition viewed as key themes, the government's substantial Tempo: tax relief for families with lower incomes, Reform of the health insurance funds, labour market flexibility, with the Option of a Twelve-crashes-hours-day, what is the resistance of the trade unions.
Alexander Van der Bellen (left), Federal President of Austria, Sebastian Kurz (ÖVP), Federal Chancellor of Austria, at a joint press conference.Stricter asylum law,
The right to asylum is substantially aggravated, the financial support is reduced, the foreign policy of Austria with its ' no ' to the UN-migration Pact caused a stir in many EU partners. "I don't think it makes sense to support a document, a self-commitment, even though you know from the start that we reject some of these points, and not even want to commit to," said Short.
The Austrian Journalist and author Robert Misik, who evaluated the first black-and-blue government year is very critical, a rating of "no" to the migration Pact as a concession of the Chancellor of the FPÖ. However, "It is a purely symbolic attitude and the ability to communicate something to the people," says Misik. You would indicate that you signed no contracts under which there is only a kind of the possibility that Migration may be fostered.thousands of people are marching
Regularly thousands demonstrate in Vienna against the black-blue government, most recently last Saturday. A glance at the current surveys shows that Black-and-Blue a year after the government stands to commencement of the stable: The people's party of Sebastian to Short in the Sunday issue currently at 34 percent. The right-wing populist freedom party is in third place with 24 percent. In between the dwindling influence are tired of the social Democrats almost unchanged at 27 percent.Austria withdraws from UN migration Pact, 31.10.2018 thousands protest in Vienna against the government, 05.10.2018 Atlas |Austria |Vienna