The new government of Vienna, confirms that "will be in the future also to the side of the south Tyrol, to ensure the protection of". At the same time stresses that the development of autonomy in south tyrol "has become an example internationally in order to overcome conflicts and to the protection of minorities". The theme is, above all, a workhorse of the election campaigns confirmed him already in October last year a survey conducted by the Michael-Gaismair-Gesellschaft, according to which the majority of the south tyrolean "has no interest in the double passport". The same also applies only to the slice of citizens of the German language.
In other words, the new executive led by Sebastian Kurz, with the Green Werner Kogler as vice chancellor, does not open to those that the Italian ministry of Foreign affairs had defined "trends revansciste out of time".
The composition of the executive, as already anticipated in the rumors of the past few days, involves ten ministers of the Övp and four Green. The responsibility of environmental issues, in the intentions of the party ecologist, should lead Austria to use only energy from renewable sources by 2030 and to neutrality in Co2 emissions by 2040.
Among the other points of the programme presented by the coalition, tax-cuts for the lower incomes, and the prohibition of wearing to school on the islamic veil for girls up to 14 years. There is also a controversial plan that will allow you to stop people that are considered hazardous even without the commission of a crime: this is perhaps the most sensitive point, and it remains to be seen how it will be received by the militants at the extraordinary Congress of the Greens, the day after tomorrow. Source ecologist instead, the decision to gradually increase the taxes on flights to encourage rail travel. The new government also wants to renew the european directives on Transport, to review the toll of the Tir and to introduce an eco-tax in the most critical areas from the point of view of the environment.
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