FPÖ fights to close outcome

FPÖ fights to close outcome

World June 4, 2016 13:15

zurich - The right-wing populist Freedom Party is contesting the results of the Austrian narrowly lost presidential elections likely to. Chances thereon,, more than 50 percent, '' said party leader Heinz-Christian Strache Saturday for the microphone of radio station Ö1. The FPÖ is said to have established all kinds of irregularities, including postal votes counted early and too high a calculated rise.

The decision falls Wednesday, said Strache. The deadline to challenge the outcome expires that day at midnight.

The FPÖ leader Saturday also proposed to abolish the postal voting. The constitutionally required secret ballot can not be guaranteed at a station voice, says Strache.
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FPÖ candidate Norbert Hofer lost the presidential election two weeks ago sips of former Greens leader Alexander Van der Bellen. He was about 31. 000 votes short. If the postal votes were not counted, Hofer had won.

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