2014 14:21 report reply You could also accommodate the asylum seekers in various Ringstrasse hotels in order to be able to meet their requirements.

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The asylum seekers could also be accommodated in various Ringstrasse hotels in order to be able to meet their requirements. Apparently they are so used to this ambience at home.

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Will be in a few days

Laura and Marcel Hirscher

first time parents. The expectant mom wants to concentrate on her private life in the future and therefore deletes her extremely popular Instagram profile.

While

Marcel Hirscher

already full

Looking forward to the coming season

is, his

Wife Laura

in the final spurt of her pregnancy. The power couple is expecting their first child together in mid-September. Before and during her pregnancy, Laura Hirscher repeatedly gave her fans private insights into her life on Instagram. That’s over now.

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Laura Hirscher has 52,000 fans on Instagram. This surprised her with the fact that she deleted all of her previous photos. In a last post, she revealed that she will permanently delete her account and explains her motives. “Our family will soon grow and we are incredibly looking forward to it! I want to dedicate myself fully to this new task and will therefore no longer have a public profile,” wrote the mother-to-be.

Laura Hirscher ends with the words: “Thank you very much for your incredible support, she has always encouraged me and given me a lot of strength. All the best, your Laura”. Many fans will be disappointed with their step, but the majority will certainly understand that as a young mom they want to devote themselves fully to their baby and keep their private life private.

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The Chancellor’s balance sheet: a bowl of gloss and misery from five years of black and blue. The results of the voters: Survey: What Austrians think of black and blue.

NEWS: Mr. Federal Chancellor, when you formed a government with the FPÖ in February 2000, would you have expected to still be in the Chancellery five years later? Schüssel: I didn’t think about that, instead I concentrated on doing a good job with all my might. I wasted no energy thinking about whether it would take a month or ten years.essay search NEWS: At the inauguration in 2000 and for many months afterwards there were demonstrations against black and blue, some real mass rallies. Did that also affect you personally? Schüssel: I don’t want to talk around: of course, such protests hurt me, even if they are part of everyday political life in other countries. But you have achieved little? except that some have to wonder what they were actually demonstrating against. NEWS: The reason was clear: Many feared that the upgrading of what was then Haider-FPÖ would endanger democracy. Schüssel: But from today’s perspective these fears can be described as absurd. Austria today is just as stable a democracy as it has been throughout the Second Republic. We asserted ourselves well in Europe too, I tried not to pay back the protests at the time with the same coin. That was also the reason why the European climate has changed rapidly and why many observers today see the differences at that time as a lesson for the EU? and not for Austria. NEWS: There was probably another reason for calming the European excitement about the formation of black and blue: Jörg Haider had to retreat to Carinthia, in 2000 you finally thwarted him. Was that how you planned it from the start? Bowl: On the contrary. I wanted to work well with him, as I would with any partner. I do not believe in enemy images, there is no reason to demonize any politician in Austria. I just find it a bit strange when those who are fighting trials with this alleged demon now believe that they have to do books with him? NEWS: You are referring to Alfred Worm’s interview book with Jörg Haider. In it Haider finds hearty words about you, says that you betrayed him, you dismantled him callously, and says that history would take revenge on you? Bowl: My answer: keep working. Others write books or have them written, I work for Austria. I can understand some bitterness, but everyone has to think for themselves why some things went the way they did and what contribution they made to them.

You can read the complete interview with the Federal Chancellor in the new NEWS PLUS: Survey: Voters mark 5 years on Schüssel PLUS: A country sees black: The republic that has changed its color

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Marcel Hirscher

has secretly, quietly and quietly married his girlfriend Laura Moisl, who is expecting their first child.

The seven-time overall alpine skiing world cup winner Marcel Hirscher from Salzburg married his long-time friend Laura Moisl. A corresponding report in the Kronenzeitung confirmed Hirscher’s media spokesman Stefan Illek of the APA.

According to the newspaper, the wedding should have taken place in a small circle in Ibiza. The newly wedded couple

expects the first child in September

.

What does Hirscher’s sporting future look like?

On July 4th, Hirscher will be sporty in Fuschl am See

Future planning

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SPÖ leader Christian Kern

did not return with verbal attacks: Among other things, he compared the government with one at the SPÖ member council on April 14th

Moscow pyramid:

“Two open people who support each other”. Is the sharper tone a targeted opposition strategy? And to what extent is this rhetoric credible?

The testimony to the members’ council was not the only verbal club that Kern has wielded in the past few days. To the possible

Dissolution of the General Accident Insurance Fund (AUVA)

he said at the meeting of the SPÖ pensioners’ association: “The last one who tried that was the Dollfuss under the corporate state.”

Most recently, sharp words were spoken on Wednesday evening in the course of the confrontation between Kern and Vice Chancellor Heinz-Christian Strache in the Ö1 series

“Plain text”.

So argued Kern in relation to the

Accusation of anti-Semitism

in the Soros case that Strache should look at his social media pages to see what “scraps” he attracts there.

“Kern’s strategy is evidently to give the government an image of incompetence.”

Now it is hardly surprising that the SPÖ boss, in his opposition role, criticizes the black-blue government and wants to polarize it with pointed formulations. However, the tone has tightened increasingly in recent weeks. “Kern’s strategy is evidently to give the government an image of incompetence,” says political expert Peter Filzmaier. This, however, tends to ignore the current mood among the population. Rather, it is currently being discussed whether one should do something one way or another – but it is not an issue “that the government does not even know what it is doing.”

Content must follow

Political advisor and former SPÖ election campaign manager Stefan Sengl is more cautious about the situation: behind a one-off, sharply worded statement against Chancellor Sebastian Kurz and Strache – keyword Moscow pyramid – he cannot yet identify a strategy. Especially since this was not expressed in a public dispute, but in the course of an internal party event. In the recent confrontation between Kern and Strache, one can see that such statements are not made here; instead, things are confrontational but factual. It is clear that the “opposition party is not going to cuddle,” says the policy advisor.

“Kern needs a plan B”

“As an opposition party, criticizing the government is only half the battle,” says Sengl. The next step is to put forward a concept that is positively formulated in terms of content and goes beyond mere rejection work. “Kern needs a plan B”, if you will, as the policy advisor says. This must be more attractive than the government’s in order to become number one again. The SPÖ would just find its way into the opposition role. The SPÖ’s program debate is an important part of this, “it’s not a short distance, it’s a marathon”. After a certain time, however, the party would be well advised to also present concepts.

Political expert Filzmaier sees it similarly: “Ultimately, political communication is a topic competition,” he says. The government is currently winning this because it is proactively placing its desired topics in the public discussion, from minimum income to social security reform to tightening of asylum. Kern and the SPÖ would then, of course, but far too often only criticize re-actively in retrospect. Kern should “never forget to appear competent with regard to the content of his language attacks. Sometimes he goes too far.”

An image problem?

Apart from the focus on the content, the question remains: How credible is the new rhetoric of the SPÖ boss? The Social Democrats are often accused of failing to conduct good opposition policies. Apparently the party wants to change this impression.

In many other countries, the social democrats are less aggressive, explains Reinhard Heinisch, political scientist at the University of Salzburg. The rhetorical style or the language must match the image of the party or person in question, he is convinced. Otherwise the overall picture is wrong. “If Vranitzky had behaved like Haider, it would not have worked,” says the expert. Or one admit to US President Donald Trump more verbal lapses than his predecessor Barack Obama.

“So far I haven’t seen anything that would convince me that Kern will manage the role change.”

In Great Britain, for example, a certain radicalism is more consistent because there the Labor Party with Jeremy Corbyn pursues a clearly left-wing, social policy. At Kern things are different: in the past as ÖBB boss and later as chancellor he was a serious personality and is not known to be particularly radical. This is why his verbal attacks seem “out of place or calculated at the moment,” says Heinisch. After a long period of government responsibility, the SPÖ is finding it difficult to change roles. “So far I haven’t seen anything that would convince me that Kern can make this role change.” However, only a few politicians would succeed in this. Emulating the populist style of the ÖVP or FPÖ would not benefit the SPÖ’s image, as he says. “The SPÖ has to become more edgy, but in a different way.” It just has to fit the image.

According to political expert Filzmaier, the key question in a few years’ time will be: Do Austrians feel economically and socially in a better or worse situation than in 2017? When they feel worse, Kurz and Strache benefit. Otherwise, Kern scores.

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SPÖ club chairman Josef Cap showed himself to be extremely confident in the Ö1 “Mittagsjournal” on Saturday that the coalition parties would agree on a new preferential voting system.

At the beginning of the week, the ÖVP presented its model with preferential votes also at federal level and lower hurdles for advancing on the lists. According to the SPÖ, it is not quite finished yet, there will be discussions about details soon, it said at the APA.

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Cap has already got his job with preferential votes and then betrayed his voters.

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Federal Chancellor Christian Kern gave his first keynote address on Wednesday in front of around 1,500 interested people in the Wels exhibition hall. The SPÖ boss presented his “Plan A” with which he wants to implement the “New Deal” announced at the beginning of his term of office. Kern’s primary goal is to create 200,000 new jobs by 2020. Kern was restrictive in terms of immigration policy. While the ÖVP reacted cautiously and positively to the core speech, there was criticism from the FPÖ and NEOS.

As usual with Kern, staging was capitalized in the speech, which was provided with great expectations.