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Austria's conservative star wants snap vote, coy on party role

DNA Friday, 12 May 2017 ()
Austrian Foreign Minister Sebastian Kurz on Friday called for a snap parliamentary election but stopped short of laying claim to his squabbling conservative party's leadership and bringing down the coalition government.
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News video: Austria could hold snap election ‘in Autumn’ after coalition breakdown

Austria could hold snap election ‘in Autumn’ after coalition breakdown 01:05

Austrian Chancellor Christian Kern has said he is “very sure” the country will hold a snap election “in the autumn” after months friction with his coalition partners over policy reform. An abrupt end to the alliance between the Kern’s Social Democrats and the conservative Austrian...

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