The ÖVP remains at the top in Upper Austria with small profits, the FPÖ despite heavy losses ahead of the SPÖ. The greens are growing slightly. The People’s Party can now either continue to form a coalition with the FPÖ, the SPÖ or perhaps with the Greens. The vaccination skeptics of the MFG are the surprise of the Upper Austria election on Sunday. They are moving into the state parliament with more than seven percent, while the NEOS still have to tremble.
ÖVP in Upper Austria clear election winner
The Upper Austrian state election is defeated. While the FPÖ fell back significantly, the even more vaccine-critical MFG list surprisingly made it into the state parliament. Different …
Haslauer congratulates Stelzer
He is pleased that there are “still clear and stable political conditions” in the neighboring federal state, said Salzburg’s ÖVP boss, Governor Wilfried Haslauer, congratulating his Upper Austrian colleague Thomas Stelzer on the “excellent result”. The strong cooperation in the interests of the two federal states of Salzburg and Upper Austria will take place regularly, said Haslauer.
SPÖ: “System Kurz has passed its zenith”
“The SPÖ Upper Austria and Birgit Gerstorfer waged a committed election campaign. I am firmly convinced that tonight will bring a plus when the results in the cities are over,” said Salzburg SPÖ boss David Egger, who is generally political Trend reversal sees: “The ÖVP is stagnating and has even lost heavily in Graz. Sebastian Kurz’s system has passed its zenith.”
Salzburg’s Greens celebrate Upper Austria and Graz
“This is a good super election Sunday for us Greens”, LH Deputy in writing. Heinrich Schellhorn, Green State Spokesman in Salzburg: “Since joining the federal government, we Greens have won all elections.” Today’s results are a clear mandate to implement climate protection in government responsibility.
Svazek congratulates FPÖ party colleagues
The following reaction came from the Salzburg FPÖ in the evening: “The result shows in particular that the Freedom Party in Austria has stabilized at 20 percent,” said state party leader Marlene Svazek about the outcome of the election. Given the performance of the MFG, Svazek said: “Every vote for protest and splinter parties is a lost vote.” Only the FPÖ campaigned emphatically “for freedom, basic rights and free self-determination”.
(Source: APA / SALZBURG24)