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Protest in Vienna against the right-wing conservative government

About a year after the arrival of the right-wing government in Austria went to Vienna, thousands of people on the street. They turned against the migration and social policy of the coalition of the ÖVP and the FPÖ.

Around 17,000 people demonstrated, according to police in the Austrian capital of Vienna against the migration and social policies of the right - wing conservative government of Chancellor Sebastian Kurz. To a reduction in the protest March against the "shift to the right, racism and social" had been called by left organizations. They spoke of 50,000 participants.

In the Demonstration, groups like "grannies against the Right involved". They kept socks in the air. "Your policy stinks more than old socks" and "racism Socks" on posters.

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reduced Prior to the first anniversary of the formation of the government next week, the people also criticized a proposed headscarf ban in kindergartens and primary schools. Some of the protesters were wearing yellow safety vests, which became in France a Symbol of protest against the government of President Emmanuel Macron.

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