The subject of living is burning like no other. There should be something to think about in Salzburg, too, that a communist has won an election with it.
The victory of the communist Elke Kahr in the municipal council election in Graz is not only reverberating loudly after days. It is a minor revolution when 29.1 percent of the population vote for an avowed Marxist.
Credibility, humanity and the social warmth that a politician exudes, who gives two thirds of her net salary to people in need, are certainly among the decisive reasons for her electoral success. But since their beginnings in Graz under Ernest Kaltenegger, the communists have been using the tenant emergency number …
Accessed on October 2nd, 2021 at 05:13 am on https://www.sn.at/salzburg/politik/standpunkt-was-salzburgs-politik-von-graz-lernen-kann-110262130