VIENNA - The Austrian Social Chancellor Chancellor, Christian Kern, goes on to say this from early elections this fall. Core said against Austrian media this Sunday. The newspaper Der Standard reported that Kern now admits that its coalition government with the Conservative People's Party (ÖVP) has actually fallen apart.
It is according to the SPÖ Nuclear Sphere the attitude of ÖVP Minister for Foreign Affairs Sebastian Kurz, who has caused the break. Core wants to arrange ongoing business with the ÖVP and, if necessary, with other parties.
The ÖVP is expected to announce the young Kurz to new party leader on Sunday evening. Kurz said earlier that he would like to elect as quickly as possible. Kurz became the youngest Foreign Minister in the EU at the end of 2013 at the age of 27. He is now 30 years old and wants to attract power in the ÖVP and calculates election earnings.
Normally the elections in the Alps would be in October 2018. Now they are expected to be held in late October. It will be the eighth (national) parliamentary elections in an EU country this year, after the Netherlands (March), Bulgaria (March), Malta (June), Great Britain (June), France (June), Germany (September) and Czech Republic (October).