That means you would get this money by abolishing double or triple funding?

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That means you would get this money by abolishing double or triple funding?

You have to go through it and see which subsidies can no longer be justified.

That means you would get this money by abolishing double or triple funding? I believe in a massive administrative reform that will bring billions in the medium term. The economic engine can only be stimulated in the long term by a tax cut, so that we have additional income from tax cuts. If I fight the black economy more massively and at the same time lower taxes, an effect can be felt, because people return to the legal economy because it is no longer worthwhile to work black.

Can it be done without increasing the debt? Safe in the medium term. Yes. We have to go there. Companies will then settle in Austria and unemployment will be reduced.

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Let us come to some of the everyday problems people face. What do you think about this case: A 65-year-old Austrian is being cared for by a Slovak woman because she could not afford the care costs otherwise. We have a problem with the care, right? Yes absolutely. This is an essentially homemade problem. The Länder are responsible when it comes to nursing education. In Vienna alone, 600 to 700 young people register every year who want to do an apprenticeship, 400 of them are sent home because no investment is made in the training. And then you need nursing staff from wherever.

As Chancellor, would you centralize healthcare? Yes, there you need one-stop financing – including nationwide hospital planning – where the priorities are precisely defined.

Wouldn’t there be any nurses from abroad under your chancellorship? No. There will always be areas where we allow skilled workers from abroad because we don’t have them or we cannot cover the area. You have to evaluate that.

According to supply and demand? Exactly, and we have to be honest and see that there is a method of error in the EU that one does not invest in sustainable structures, but in some cases withdraws skilled workers to Western Europe to the detriment of these countries. This is a process that must end in the end. That means: We have a responsibility to permanently adjust the social and economic levels.

Surely that cannot be done by closing the labor market. Of course we also have a responsibility for the unemployed, some of whom have been displaced by cheaper labor from the East. It is a process of displacement. You have to look at where this is the case and where we have to speak plainly with the EU regarding sectoral closure of the labor market.

“For me, free trade is not an issue. But not in the form of TTIP or CETA «

You or your party will be advised by the Hayek Institute. That is a clear liberal – some would say: neoliberal – position. That contradicts what you said. No. First, it is important to hear experts from all fields with different views.cancel 123helpme I don’t think much of terms like neoliberal either, but there are sensible and unreasonable decisions. I have no argument that free trade is sensible. But not in the form of TTIP or CETA.

Don’t you think you need to sharpen it? On the one hand you are promoting great social skills and on the other hand you are promoting free trade. That is not a contradiction.

But. No. If the Home Social Party makes an economic program, it becomes an economic program, not one of elite interest groups. What we need today is that the small and medium-sized entrepreneurs, white-collar workers and blue-collar workers unite against a government that sucks out the top performers.

On another topic from life: You probably have a cleaning lady like many others. Three out of four cleaning women do not want to register in accordance with the rules because they are also insured with the man and registration is not worthwhile. What would Chancellor Strache do? As with childcare, tax policy should be applied there so that these services can be deducted.

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You said before that Islam is not part of Austria. What about Muslims who live in Austria? What criteria must they meet in order for you to be accepted as part of Austria? I basically accept everyone with us. The fact is that in 1973 we had 30,000 Muslim fellow citizens with us, and through undifferentiated mass immigration we have up to 700,000 Muslim fellow citizens in a relatively short period of time. Fortunately, there are also some who integrate very well. Live your religion, but not in the sense of a political Islam. They don’t want their children to be put under pressure at school if, for example, they don’t wear a headscarf.

So a non-political Islam can already be part of Austria? I have nothing against a non-political Islam.

A personal question: did your children go to public school? That was no longer possible. Those who persuade Austrians how good and fruitful this population development is are precisely those who give their children to schools where the problem does not exist. It becomes necessary to send your children to private school, and many cannot afford that.

You have been on hold for twelve years to become mayor or chancellor. I’m not on hold …

Is that sometimes frustrating or grueling? Some topics are then taken away from you by the governing parties. Not at all. It is a medal if you have been defamed as agitator for twelve years and then experience that those who defamed you before literally quote you.

But isn’t it sometimes frustrating that you can’t do things yourself? You have to see it realpolitically …

“We can be delayed here and there, but not stopped on Duaer”

You have to say yes, otherwise people will ask: doesn’t he want to become chancellor at all? Yes, of course it can be frustrating. But I’ll try to explain to you realpolitically: If you took over a party at three percent twelve years ago, which was written dead, and managed a tenfold increase, then that is unique in the European party landscape. You have to stay on the ground and say we have already achieved a lot. Now is the chance. But that doesn’t mean that the summit will be reached straight away. I always say that we can be delayed here and there, but not stopped in the long run.

Will we see a statesmanlike Strache in the election campaign or a very aggressive opposition politician? A mature, calm, stable HC Strache who will stand for implementation in terms of reliability.

None? Sometimes you may have to get louder, but we don’t want that to become the rule.

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Election campaigns are exhausting. How do you stay fit? By doing sports regularly, I regularly go running with my wife, to the gym, we diligently walk our dog. Of course there are also phases in between when you look at yourself nutritionally. That’s how I prepare because it’s a marathon, of course.

You mentioned a wife and a dog – is a first baby conceivable in your chancellorship? Basically, of course, it’s deeply private. But if we expand our family, the public will know in an appropriate way. But yes, a child would certainly also be a wish of mine.

About the person: Heinz-Christian Strache, 47, born in Vienna, is a trained dental technician and has been a federal party leader of the FPÖ since 2005. In the

National Council election

In 2013, the party reached 20.51 percent, according to surveys, it was now over 30 percent. After Norbert Hofer’s success in the federal presidential election, there was speculation about a change at the top. Strache is married for the second time.

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The federal congress of the Greens in Linz ended on Sunday with the election of top candidate Ulrike Lunacek to the party’s national executive committee. The inclusion of EU parliamentarian Michel Reimon in this group was also confirmed.

The Federal Congress had previously determined the first 13 places on the federal list for the National Council election. Originally it should have been 14, due to deletions by the candidates it was ultimately one less. There had been 17 candidacies for it. Places up to around ninth place were considered promising.

Security spokesman Peter Pilz did not make it onto the list

, who ran in vain for fourth place on the list and then gave up. Other members of the National Council who failed are budget spokesman Bruno Rossmann and culture spokesman Wolfgang Zinggl, who had already failed to draw up the Viennese list and had argued with deputy mayor Maria Vassilakou in the conflict over the construction of the Heumarkt high-rise in Vienna.

Greens practice damage control

The Greens are practicing damage limitation and want to hold on to security spokesman Peter Pilz. Club boss Albert Steinhauser expressed the idea at the federal congress on Sunday to give Pilz a lower place in the list and to finance a preferential election campaign for him. This refused. “We parted ways in Linz,” said Pilz.

Steinhauser confirmed the proposal he had made to the “Standard”. The extended federal board – it meets in July – could get Pilz one of the open places, for example number 14, and support him in a preferential vote. “That is my personal opinion,” he emphasized.

The top candidate Ulrike Lunacek also regretted that Pilz had only run for fourth place on the list and announced that it would leave politics after its failure. “I would have liked to have had him in the next National Council club,” she said to the delegates. She wanted to keep talking to him and see if Pilz could support the Greens in the election campaign.

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From the count to twenty-two. The most important terms for

National Council election


A for counting: Takes even longer than the Hofburg election, the full result is only available on Thursday evening.

B as in postal voter: Could again make the difference if there were e.g. between SPÖ and FPÖ is scarce.

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C for C: Not a single one of the 2,100 municipalities and none of the 118 districts of Austria begins with C, nor does any of the 39 regional constituencies created for the elections.

D like Thursday after the election: Could only bring the final decisions. Because only between 50,000 and 100,000 voting cards are counted there.

E as in E-Learing: to train the members of the electoral authority so that the VfGH no longer has a reason to repeal, the election should be challenged again.

F as in folds: You can have the ballot, even to the plane, if you want – but it has to remain legible and fit into the voting envelope.

G for Secret: Is the election – that means that against the will of the voter it must not be known how he votes. Therefore e.g. also the postal vote is counted in the districts and not in the municipalities. However, voters can tell a story themselves or post their ballot paper.

H for the highest court: there, specifically at the Constitutional Court, contestations of the election end up. In 2016, following an application from the FPÖ, the VfGH ordered the complete re-run of the Federal President’s runoff election.

I for the Ministry of the Interior: The department responsible for organizing and handling the election – with its own election department and the federal electoral authority located there.

J as in snack: in some municipalities, there is an election assessor instead of the 12.50 euro meal allowance that is legally due.

K for Kreuzerl:

L for flap: There aren’t any more on postal voting envelopes – because envelopes with flaps were glued in the previous year and the runoff vote had to be postponed.

M for mandates: 183 mandates in the National Council are awarded during the election – at three levels, in the regional constituencies, in the federal states and in the federal government.

N for National Council: This is elected, not the government. But a parliamentary majority is a prerequisite for forming a coalition.

O for OSCE: Send a small team again – six people – to observe the elections.

P for post box: The postal votes have to be there by 9:00 a.m. on Saturday – so that the post office takes them to the district electoral authorities on time.

R as in regional constituency: The level closest to the voter at which mandates are awarded. There are 39 across Austria; a direct mandate costs between 22,000 and 29,000 votes.

S for votes: Each voter has not just one, but four in the NR election – one for the party and one each for preferred candidates in the constituency, state and federal government.

T for Telephone: Not a valid way to apply for voting cards. This must be done in person or in writing (letter, e-mail, internet) at the main place of residence.

U for Invalid: Are all ballot papers from which it is not clear and unambiguous which party gets the vote.

V for preferential votes: Can help a candidate in the constituency, in the state and in the federal government to get a mandate despite a poor list position.

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W for entitled to vote: 6.4 million Austrians who will be 16 years old by October 15 at the latest – and who have not been denied the right to vote by the judge because of a conviction.

X for X: The classic form of voting, the Kreuzerl in the party. But you can also do something different: dot, dash, hook, circle names, write down, cross out other parties …

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