The regional councilor Andrea Klambauer was elected regional spokeswoman at the Neos general meeting in Salzburg. In terms of content, she wants to focus on the topics of living, family and traffic. Your deputy Sebastian Huber received 90 percent approval.
At their general meeting in the city of Salzburg on Saturday, the Neos confirmed State Councilor Andreas Klambauer as state spokesperson. SHE received 91.3 percent, SO THAT SHE achieved HER INTENDED GOAL. Klambauer had 88 percent as the benchmark – she received that much approval in October 2020 when she was elected as Sepp Schellhorn’s deputy. The 44-year-old has led the party in Salzburg on an interim basis since Schellhorn’s withdrawal from politics in June 2021. Your current deputy, the second state parliament Sebastian Huber, received 90 percent from the member presidents. Like Klambauer, he had no opponent.
About her goals for the coming years, the designated state spokeswoman said in the run-up to the general meeting of the APA: “We want to set our own topics more strongly and open ourselves even more to people who want to get involved.” To this end, new formats for participation will be developed and implemented with the new, expanded country team.
In terms of content, Klambauer wants to focus on topics that she oversees as a regional councilor: living, for example, or the compatibility of work and family. In addition, questions should come to the fore that are important in Salzburg, such as traffic. In addition, Sebastian Huber, President of the State Parliament, has a strong voice for health and social affairs.
In addition, the 130 Neos members with voting rights elected Felix German (City Council in Mittersill) as a further member in the second ballot on Saturday with around 55 percent. Sophie Werr (81.4 percent), Elisabeth Weitgasser (79.09), Franz Hillebrand (74.42), Anna Rausch-Mosshammer (72.09) and Ismail Uygur (72.09) were elected to the six-person national team. )) and Goran Micic (58,14). Lukas Rößlhuber and Maximilian Rader were not elected.