The German politics is abuzz with reactions to the resignation of the Austrian Vice-Chancellor Strache after the controversial Video. The SPD and the greens are calling for early elections, the CDU warns of right-wing populists.
The scandal video by Austrian politician Hans-Christian Strache, in Germany for excitement and trips in the German politicians critical reactions.
The CDU Chairman Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer said the Video shows that right-wing populists in Europe, were no matter in which country, is willing to sell the interest of their country for their own welfare. "And if it is for a bread-and-butter. These people may assume no responsibility."
right-wing populists are willing to sell the interest of their country for their own welfare, and if it is for a bread-and-butter, says CDU leader, Kramp-Karrenbauer.
SPD Leader Andrea Nahles, and the Green-Chairman Robert Habeck agree that In the neighbouring country, there must be new elections. Nahles told the "mirror": "A simple resignation of the FPÖ-Chef Strache enough. Who has the most right-wing because it's only when a government is brought in? The Chancellor Sebastian Kurz, a role model for many Conservatives in Europe."
Also, SPD General Secretary, Lars Klingbeil sees the time has come to quit the government, and "not to continue working with blisters and Stalkers".stupidity and moral depravity
The Deputy SPD Chairman Ralf Stegner calls for the resignation of Austria's head of government, Sebastian Kurz, and criticized its coalition partners: "The scandal video to the FPÖ boss Strache shows the stupidity and moral depravity of the radical Right, as we get to see that anywhere. Corrupt, undemocratic, and dangerous."
Monstrous the Chairman of the Gürnen, Anna Lena Baerbock, the events in Austria.
Green party leader Anna Lena Baerbock speaks of the "world on Sunday" of a "monstrous scandal". He shows how right-wing populist freedom of the press and the rule of law would be to despise the rule of law and the goal would be to undermine democracy in a systematic way.Common thing with windy politicians
What do the events mean around the FPÖ for the AfD. The FDP's top candidate for the European election, Nicola Beer, see links: "The scandal, the Austrian Vice-Chancellor is involved, shows in spite of the dubious origin of the video, the "windy" politicians and parties, the AfD in Europe the common thing to want to do."
From the point of view of the FDP-politician, the Beer shows "scandal", "what" windy "politicians and parties wanted to make the AfD ind Europe the common thing".FPÖ - debunked
Left-boss Bernd Riexinger, the FPÖ as the unmasked: "The Austrian Right to Strache stage as the "party of the little man." But the facade is not enough time to Ibiza. During a chat with Russian oligarchs, the true face of the FPÖ comes to the fore: the party of the Rich, corrupt and brazen."