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Nach seiner angeblichen Rückkehr gab Haider an, nichts von den Vorgängen gewusst zu haben, und veranlasste unter anderem den Rücktritt von Gratzer.
Die Koalition verabschiedete zahlreiche Reformen wie eine Pensionsreform, eine Liberalisierung der Gewerbeordnung oder die Ausweitung des Kindergeldes.
Die gemeinsame Agenda umfasste u. Sie blieb als drittstärkste Partei nur knapp vor den Grünen. Innerhalb der Partei kam es vor allem nach bis auf die Landtagswahlen in Kärnten desaströsen Wahlergebnissen zu einem Richtungsstreit.
Damit stellte sie nur noch einen einzigen Mandatar, Andreas Mölzer , der in einem Vorzugsstimmenwahlkampf den Spitzenkandidaten Hans Kronberger verdrängt hatte.
Mölzer gilt als Vertreter des deutschnationalen Flügels der Partei. Auf einem Sonderparteitag am 3.
Die weitere Zukunft der FPÖ schien damit ungewiss. Am April wurde Heinz-Christian Strache zum neuen Parteiobmann gewählt.
Er erhielt 90,1 Prozent der Stimmen auf dem Parteitag in Salzburg. Die meisten Landesverbände verblieben in der FPÖ.
Bei den steirischen Landtagswahlen am 2. Die Landtagswahl im Burgenland am 9. Das BZÖ trat im Burgenland nicht an.
Bei der Wiener Gemeinderatswahl am Vom 6. Das Ziel steckte man sich mit Mit Ab dem 9. Durch Beschluss der Bundesregierung sollte die FPÖ die gesetzlich vorgesehenen Förderungen für die Freiheitliche Akademie nicht erhalten, da nach ihrer Ansicht die vorgesehene Grenze von fünf dem Nationalrat angehörenden Abgeordneten nicht mehr erreicht war.
Bei der Nationalratswahl am 1. Spitzenkandidat war wieder Heinz-Christian Strache. Nachdem der Nationalratsabgeordnete Königshofer auf seiner Seite den Terroranschlag Breiviks mit der Abtreibung von Kindern verglichen hatte, wurde er aus der Partei ausgeschlossen.
April als Spitzenkandidat zurück, alleiniger Spitzenkandidat wurde Vilimsky. Die FPÖ erreichte bei der Wahl am Bei der Landtagswahl in der Steiermark am Ein ähnlich hohes Ergebnis wie in Oberösterreich erreichten die Freiheitlichen zwei Wochen später bei der Landtags- und Gemeinderatswahl in Wien , mit 34 von insgesamt Abgeordneten hat die FPÖ Anspruch, einen der zwei Vizebürgermeister zu stellen, diesen Posten übernahm Johann Gudenus.
Dezember wiederholt. Auch bei dieser Wahlwiederholung unterlag Hofer seinem Gegenkandidaten Van der Bellen, die Niederlage fiel jedoch deutlicher aus als bei der Stichwahl im Mai.
Da nach dem Amtsende Heinz Fischers zunächst kein neuer Bundespräsident angelobt werden konnte, übte das Kollegium der drei Nationalratspräsidenten , dem der freiheitliche Kandidat Norbert Hofer angehörte, bis zur Angelobung Van der Bellens am Rücktritt Strache Am Freitag, Das Video stammt aus dem Jahr und wurde heimlich kurz vor der Nationalratswahl aufgenommen.
Im Gespräch waren die beiden Genannten mit einer vermeintlichen Nichte eines russischen Oligarchen.
Dieses Video schlug so hohe Wellen, dass der Vizekanzler H. Die Parteiführung übernahm Norbert Hofer.
Johann Gudenus trat ebenfalls zurück. As is the case at the federal level, coalition talks were held to determine the composition of the new government.
Kurz set a deadline for 8 November for exploratory talks with the Greens to end. Kurz then agreed to schedule four more rounds of in-depth exploratory talks with the Green Party and told the media that he plans a decision about formal coalition talks for the days after 8 November.
After the final round of talks between ÖVP and Greens on 8 November, the Greens announced a party meeting for Sunday, 10 November and scheduled a subsequent vote on the approval of coalition talks with the ÖVP.
Kurz announced that he would talk with key ÖVP party members, such as state governors, over the weekend and await a decision by the Greens before announcing his own decision.
After conferring with numerous ÖVP leaders around the country by phone over the weekend, Kurz announced his party's unity in favor of formal coalition negotiations with the Greens, rather than with the Social Democrats.
Although unprecedented in Austria at the federal level, the idea of a coalition between the Christian-Democrats with the Greens is disproportionately favored by voters under 30 in both parties.
Born in , Sebastian Kurz himself was one of the youngest heads of government on a global level when he first became Federal Chancellor in A Kurz-Kogler meeting was scheduled for Tuesday morning, 12 November Green leaders had unanimously approved opening coalition negotiations at a party meeting on Sunday.
Kogler was quoted as saying that "our hand is extended to the ÖVP" but acknowledged that this undertaking had its risks.
The SPÖ called for government formation to finish quickly. The prospect of Austria being governed by a coalition of conservatives and greens is a novel development on the western European political landscape at a national level, and is being watched with anticipation from the outside.
On 15 November, ÖVP and Greens decided to create a negotiation team of more than people combined, to negotiate in 6 major groups and 36 sub-groups, discussing different policy areas and issues.
Group leaders from the two parties were named to oversee the comprehensive talks, which started on Monday, 18 November, involving all sub-groups.
On 17 November, Hofer indicated he would say yes to a coalition agreement with Kurz. On Sunday, 24 November , legislative elections were held in Styria , Austria's fourth-largest state by population.
The ÖVP managed to re-establish itself as the historically dominant political force in the state.
Based on preliminary data reported as of on polling day, the breakdown by party is as follows: ÖVP Styria uses a slightly different version of PR to convert vote shares into seats than is used for elections to the national parliament.
Instead, a party must win at least one seat Grundmandat by meeting a certain numerical requirement Wahlzahl.
Rather than being fixed, the number of votes necessary to meet this quota varies because it is computed based on all valid ballots cast in a district and the number of mandates allocated to that district.
For the purpose of Landtag elections, Styria is divided into four districts Wahlkreise of unequal size, to which mandates corresponding to seats in the Landtag are apportioned based on the most recent census.
As in national elections, the voting age is Voting used to be compulsory in several states, including, Styria, but that is no longer the case.
Each won one basic mandate in the regional district that includes Graz, the capital, and a second one by aggregating their statewide votes. The Greens won five basic mandates outright, three of them in the Graz district, and received one more in the second stage of the seat-allocation process, bringing their total of 6, thereby doubling their strength in the Landtag.
The turnout in this election was As a result of the large shifts in voter support among the parties, the constellation of power in Styria came to mirror that at the federal level: Multiple variants of possible coalitions led by the ÖVP as the leading party were possible, but a coalition government with the Greens as a junior coalition partner would have required the inclusion of a third small party.
While coalition negotiations between the ÖVP and the Greens were continuing at the federal level,  they were concluded in Styria in only three weeks.
The newly formed coalition is also being promoted as a "Partnership for Reform" and a "Partnership for the Future. Notwithstanding the novel branding, this pact is a new edition of a conventional "grand coalition" between Austria's traditional center-right and center-left parties.
Anton Lang SPÖ will be the deputy governor. The Styrian Landtag was scheduled to meet on Tuesday, 17 December, for its inaugural session.
The immediate task of re-constituted body consisted of electing its three presiding officers one each from the three largest parties , installing in the new state government pursuant to the coalition agreement, and designating Styria's nine representatives in the Bundesrat , the upper chamber of Austria's bicameral national parliament.
On 29 December the ÖVP and the Greens informed the media that their coalition negotiations are close to coming to fruition. This follows a series of one-on-one talks between Kurz and Kogler that are continuing over the weekend and into the new week, with a few details remaining to be worked out.
Prospective ministers are to pay courtesy calls to federal president Van der Bellen , who wishes to confer with each one of them prior to them being sworn in.
The public presentation of the coalition government is expected as early as 2 January The coalition agreement on a joint government program and on the allocation of ministerial portfolios must, however, be approved by the rank and file of the Green party at a national party congress Bundeskongress called for that purpose, in keeping with the party's commitment to Basisdemokratie , which can be translated as bottom-up or grassroots democracy, here as an organizational principle within the party.
The invitation to the Congress was delivered by email shortly before midnight on Saturday. Therefore, the party's ratification of the negotiated coalition agreement through its delegates at the party congress cannot take place until 4 January The earliest swearing-in date could be 7 January because the Monday the 6th is a national holiday in Austria.
On New Year's Day, local time, in a joint televised appearance, Sebastian Kurz and Werner Kogler announced the successful conclusion of their coalition talks and formation of a new joint government, with the formal government program to be released on 2 January.
Between them, the two parties had 97 seats, a five-seat majority. Kurz said a very good result had been achieved; not just a deal based on the least common denominator.
He again stressed that two parties had received their respective mandates from the voters for different reasons: Tax relief and a hard line against illegal immigration and "political Islam" in the case of the ÖVP; the imperative to fight climate change in the case of the Greens.
Kogler acknowledged that the negotiations were not easy, given the different orientations and policy positions of the two parties, and expressed a commitment to assume governing responsibility for the entirety of the Austrian "population", rather than just those who had voted Green or those who possess the right to vote.
That larger constituency includes children and noncitizens. By expressing support for social policies to address child poverty and the challenges of other socially disadvantaged groups, such as the elderly, Kogler reaffirmed that the Green party stands for more than the environmental agenda.
Also invoked was another core issue associated with the Green Party: Transparenz. While this is easily translated as transparency, it is a somewhat more expansive concept in Austrian political discourse that encompasses open government, freedom of information, ethics in public life, and the fight against corruption.
The need for the latter was highlighted by the Ibiza affair that precipitated the fall of the previous coalition Kurz Government I and necessitated premature national elections in , following a vote of no-confidence in the National Council.
The joint announcement also paid homage to the idea that policymaking need not be a zero-sum game, and that the parties' divergent policy goals and priorities with respect to tax relief and environmental policy measures can be reconciled and pursued through compromise, with due consideration of their disparate impact on different income strata in the population, and ameliorative policy measures Sozialausgleich.
Kurz made an analogous point about protecting the country's border ÖVP priority and protecting the environment Green priority.
Kogler echoed President van der Bellen's message of national unity by quoting him for the proposition that "if you love your country, you don't split it.
The joint announcement was brief and cordial. From the mids, the concept of Heimat a word meaning both "the homeland" and a more general notion of cultural identity has been central to the ideology of the FPÖ, although its application has slightly changed with time.
Initially, Heimat indicated the feeling of national belonging influenced by a pan-German vision; the party assured voters in that "the overwhelming majority of Austrians belong to the German ethnic and cultural community.
The FPÖ opposed Austria's joining the EU in , and promoted a popular initiative against the replacement of the Austrian schilling with the euro in , but to no avail.
Owing to perceived differences between Turkish and European culture, the party opposes the accession of Turkey to the EU ; it has declared that should this happen, Austria must immediately leave the EU.
The party's views on the United States and the Middle East have evolved over time. Despite the anti-American views of some right-wing forums in the s and s that chiefly were rooted in worries over US cultural expansion and hegemonic role in world politics at the expense of Europe , the FPÖ were more positively inclined towards the United States under Haider's leadership in the late s and s.
Bush as not being very different from Hussein. This move was strongly criticised by the FPÖ, which was part of the then-current government.
Nevertheless, in the mid- to late s the FPÖ too criticised US foreign policy as promoted by Bush, which it saw as leading to increased levels of violence in the Middle East.
The party also became more critical of Israel's part in the Israel—Palestine conflict. By , under Heinz-Christian Strache's leadership, the party became more supportive of Israel.
In December the FPÖ along with the representatives of like-minded rightist parties visited Israel, where they issued the "Jerusalem Declaration", which affirmed Israel's right to exist and defend itself, particularly against Islamic terror.
Strache, at about the same time, said he wanted to meet with the front figures of the American Tea Party movement which he described as "highly interesting".
While the FPÖ is currently not a member of any European or international organisations, the party has ties with several European political parties and groupings.
Additionally, according to political analyst Thomas Hofer, the party's policies and brash style helped inspire like-minded parties across Europe.
Following the FPÖ's entrance in government in , Haider sought to establish his own alliance of right-wing parties. For his project, Haider tried to establish stable cooperations with the Vlaams Blok party in Belgium and the Northern League party in Italy, as well as some other parties and party groupings.
In the end, the efforts to establish a new alliance of parties were not successful. Under the leadership of Strache, the party has cooperated mainly with the Northern League, Vlaams Belang successor to the Vlaams Blok , which it has traditionally maintained good ties with ,  and the Pro Germany Citizens' Movement in Germany.
At a conference in , Strache and the new leader of the French National Front , Marine Le Pen , announced deeper cooperation between their parties.
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