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