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Exitpoll: y, Sebastian Kurz will win the elections in Austria,

The ÖVP Sebastian Kurz appears to be the parliamentary elections in Austria have won the game. The initial projections indicate that the party is Sunday, to 37.1 per cent of the vote has been given. Earlier this year, fell Kurz’ the government, after an outrage.

The second party according to the polls, the social democratic SPÖ 22.6 percent of the time. The ultra-right-wing party FPÖ came third and received 16.7 percent of the vote, while the Greens, 13 per cent of the voters behind them, were able to get it. THESE were the fifth party, with 7.8 per cent of the vote.

In a surprise, the exitpoll will not. In the most recent polls in the u.s. went to Kurz at the head. The result gives the 33-year-old Kurz of the different options for a profile) with which the ÖVP is a stable majority can be formed.

The first results have been published by the peilingsbureau developed and hosted. A new poll from the transmitter, OR showed a result that was very similar to that of ARGE. The voting in Austria, went on a Sunday at about 7.00 pm, and at 17.00 will be closed.

Kurz stepped down after Ibizaschandaal’

The former chancellor of Austria, Kurz, it was two years ago, the list of winners. He did, at that time, inter alia, for a strict immigration policy, and has formed a coalition with the FPÖ.

Kurz in may, following a vote of no confidence forced out of his position. His position was no longer tenable, due to the aftermath of the so-called “Ibizaschandaal’.

The three turned to the FPÖ leader and vice-chancellor Heinz-Christian Strache. It was hours and hours of it to be filmed, while he was on the Spanish island of Ibiza for a meeting with a woman who is posing as the niece of a Russian oligarch. The FPÖ politicians, seemed to her a political favor, to pledge in return for aid.

Gry disbanded by the government after the pictures were released. Shortly after, he wrote again re-elected.

This ended his two-year stint as the youngest federal chancellor of Austria has ever had. Kurz was a 31-year-old, when he was in 2017 and won.

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