After the surprising withdrawal of Jörg Haider’s daughter Ulrike Haider-Quercia on Tuesday, BZÖ boss Gerald Grosz presented the new BZÖ list with Werthmann in first place at a press conference on Thursday.

After the surprising withdrawal of Jörg Haider’s daughter Ulrike Haider-Quercia on Tuesday, BZÖ boss Gerald Grosz presented the new BZÖ list with Werthmann in first place at a press conference on Thursday.

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christian95Sun 27 Apr 2014 21:38

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These guys should be chased away with the “wet scraps”! But 1/4 of the Austrians choose them again and again.

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MEP Angelika Werthmann is the new top candidate of the BZÖ for the EU election. After the surprising

Jörg Haider’s daughter Ulrike Haider-Quercia withdraws

On Tuesday, BZÖ boss Gerald Grosz presented the new BZÖ list with Werthmann at number one at a press conference on Thursday.

At a party executive on Wednesday evening, the continuation of the BZÖ’s candidacy and the new top candidate were unanimously decided. With the “List Mag. Werthmann” and the motto “Now more than ever!” the party wants to win a mandate. Werthmann had announced her candidacy for the BZÖ, at the time still second on the list, only two weeks ago and was then excluded from the ALDE parliamentary group in the EU Parliament.

Grosz is running for second place on the list, “also as a sign of solidarity and support”.

Haider-Quercia’s announcement as the top candidate at the end of February at least attracted a lot of attention. With Jörg Haider’s daughter, the difficult feat of moving into the EU Parliament should succeed. But now the orange dreams seem to have burst and entry into the European Parliament is even less likely.

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ÖVP against FPÖ – and musically, that’s what a candidate who is far back on the ÖVP list for the EU election in May is planning. The musician Philipp Michalitsch has published a rap about FP party leader Heinz-Christian Strache in which he sharply attacks the blue chairman. “I challenge him to a rap duel!”, Michalitsch announced in a broadcast on Wednesday.

The Viennese is ranked 33rd on the ÖVP list. According to his own statement, he is close to the ÖVP, but not a party member.hire someone to write my argumentative essay In his play everything revolves around Strache: “Love your next one – are you kidding us? You are the master of hating and I have to punish you for it”, the VP candidate takes, among other things. targeted one of Strache’s campaign slogans from the past. The piece can be accessed via YouTube on his website

http://www.philippmichalitsch.eu

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“Critical and satirical piece”

Michalitsch describes his number as a “critical and satirical piece”. He chose Wednesday as the publication date because on the same day the National Council plenum, at the request of the Regional Criminal Court in Vienna, deals with an extradition request against Strache. This is in connection with an alleged copyright infringement that revolves around the FP campaign song “Liebe ist der Weg”. For Michalitsch “another example of how Mr. Strache misused music for his election campaign.”

He is now calling for Strache to “battle rap” because he is “better in every respect” than Strache: “Less hypocrisy, more content and better communication skills,” said the hopeful candidate about himself, who also advertises preferential votes on his homepage.

At the request of the APA, the FPÖ said briefly that the ÖVP was trying to “copy the FPÖ’s successful election campaign strategy, which must be the expression of deepest despair”.

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Hobby Austrians Thursday, May 1st. 2014 09:36

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Epilog (Part-04): I don’t say this as a known constructive-critical Blauen companion, but simply as a long-time music lover and parody / satire fan at the same time!

Hobby Austrians Thursday, May 1st. 2014 09:35

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Part-03: … I don’t recognize any satire, parody or cabaret interludes, just clumsy (often extremely badly rhymed) attacks against HC Strache. The rhythm remains chugging at a snail’s pace, the text seems to be hastily thrown together, consists only of trifles and comical slogans, without winking or even self-irony.

Hobby Austrians Thursday, May 1st. 2014 09:34

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Part-02: … he was not yet active in party politics, but undoubtedly had style and class as an artist. This unsuccessful attempt at rap by a snooty ÖVP no-name, on the other hand, creeps lazily, dreary and really drowsy, without pizzazz or oomph, like Spindelegger’s budget speech the morning before yesterday in the National Council. Lyrically, Mr. Michalitsch offers no wit or charm.

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The only (ex) musician with an ÖVP party book who was actually able to vocalize perfect, biting satirical (political) provocation was Franz Morak! When he recorded his ingenious humiliating songs such as “Love can be so beautiful” or bitterly angry puns about the “ray bloods”, with their “hollow and hairy pappus” or the “snow-white New Wave Schizo Punk”, …

Loonix Thursday, May 1st. 2014 06:36

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It would be better if he would sing about corruption, friendship economy, blockade politics, incompetence and nepotism. That fits exactly with the ÖVP.

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the blacks should rather think about how to end their lousy one or hopefully disappear completely from the public eye, just nonsense in their heads and nothing else

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In the EU election campaign, NEOS want to encourage Austrians to be more open to the EU: “We think outside the box,” is the slogan of the first wave. Top candidate Angelika Mlinar is only shown on a small-area subject. At the presentation on Friday, Federal Managing Director Feri Thierry emphasized that despite the love of Europe, he also had to do “relationship work”.

Lots of pink, on it a plate with the slogan: NEOS are still trying to score points in the election campaign with unconventional ideas. The large-scale subject is only to be posted 200 times, mainly in urban areas. There are also 3,000 triangular stands: “Reinventing Europe” is written on one motif, “Reach for the stars” on another, which also shows Mlinar next to party leader Matthias Strolz. The NEOS have an election campaign budget of 1.2 million euros, a large part of which comes from donations.

“Europe that is grandchildren”

In terms of content, the NEOS stick to their subject areas: “We want a Europe that is grand-fit”, Mlinar emphasized again. The focus should be on education, business and debt reduction. A “big liberal topic” for the top candidate is also data sovereignty, which should remain with the citizens.

Thierry also stressed that he was by no means uncritical about the EU. “We love the European idea”, he said, but we still have to “reinvent” the Union, as it has now been said.

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It is expected that nine lists will be on the ballot in the EU election. The SPÖ, ÖVP, FPÖ, Greens, NEOS, REKOS, BZÖ and Europe will be competing. The monarchists are likely to fail because of the declarations of support, but EU-STOP has the necessary signatures together. This became apparent on Friday morning a few hours before the deadline for submitting nominations ends at 5 p.m.

Fixed from the start – because it was already secured by the signatures of parliamentarians – was the appearance of the SPÖ, ÖVP, FPÖ, Greens, NEOS and REKOS. The other candidates who are willing to stand have had 2,600 declarations of support signed by eligible voters since March 11. Europe different was successful, and they submitted their election proposal including declarations of support on Wednesday, although the signature of their top candidate Martin Ehrenhauser would have been enough for them.

The BZÖ submitted the list with the signature of the new top candidate Angelika Werthmann on Friday morning; it has also collected more than 3,000 declarations of support. The monarchists were still missing around 400 declarations of support on Friday morning, so there shouldn’t be a start. According to its own information, EU-STOP has collected the necessary declarations of support since Thursday evening and will submit its election proposal on Friday afternoon.

NEOS and REKOS were the first to submit their election proposals to the electoral authority in the Ministry of the Interior on March 11th. The lists of the ÖVP, SPÖ and Greens are also already with the electoral authority, the FPÖ also submitted the list of candidates with the new listener Harald Vilimsky on Thursday.

After 5 p.m., the electoral authority at the Ministry of the Interior will inform you who has submitted nominations. When the lists are submitted, they are reviewed. Declarations of support can be withdrawn and supplementary nominations submitted until April 14th, and candidacies can still be withdrawn until April 21st. On April 24th, the federal electoral authority finalizes the nominations – then they are fixed and can no longer be changed. With which the ballot papers can be printed and the first voting cards sent out at the beginning of May.

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One month before the EU election, Chancellor Werner Faymann did everything in his power to whip the comrades in Vienna at the SPÖ state party conference for the hot phase of the election campaign. The party leader railed against neoliberals and nationalists whom the Reds had to stand up to. With regard to the savings plans in the education department, he again stood behind Minister Gabriele Heinisch-Hosek on Saturday.

The Chancellor, flanked by bouquets of red carnations, campaigned for the European peace project in his 20-minute speech – also with regard to the Ukraine crisis. A social Europe is a prerequisite for this, in which people do not sink into poverty. Here the Social Democrats would have opponents – namely the nationalists, “whose concept is to smash the EU, to smash the common currency and to incite people against each other with nationalisms and the old recipe books”.

© APA / HANS PUNZ Chancellor Faymann with Vienna’s Mayor Häupl

This is the wrong way, with which “our fathers and grandfathers have closed with the consequence of founding this European Union”, so that such violent clashes never come again. “That’s why we have to stand up to these nationalists,” Faymann shouted to the comrades.

The fact that neoliberals in turn wanted to push back the state and abolish rules, whereby precisely the lack of rules in speculation led to the crisis, Faymann called sheer cynicism: “They will have us as an enemy.”

“Save in the right place”

Faymann also addressed the current savings debate in the education department. It is about “saving in the right place” – for example in the case of duplication and administrative issues – so that sufficient funds are available for the “best education” of the children or for all-day schooling together. “Dear Gabi, we support you because we know that you – just like us – know exactly that the future of our country will also be decided by what education looks like,” he once again stood behind Education Minister Gabriele Heinisch who was present -Hosek: “All the best for your work and we stand behind you.”

The Chancellor called on the comrades to use the last few weeks before the EU election to persuade the people “so that we can say on election evening: This Europe has become social democratic and is finally on the side of the workers”. Because youth unemployment is “not a law of nature, but the consequence of wrong politics in Europe”. The reds knew what to do about it.

Häupl excludes coalition with NEOS

In his speech at the 69th state party conference of the Viennese SPÖ, state party chairman Michael Häupl not only forbade the European Union to interfere in matters of housing and services and warned against privatization before the EU election. The mayor also ruled out a collaboration with NEOS after the upcoming Vienna election. “I am not forming a coalition with privatizers,” said Häupl.

© APA / HANS PUNZ Vienna’s Mayor Michael Häupl

“NEOS – some people say yes, this is chic and new,” said the regional party chairman and mayor of Vienna on Saturday. “But I would look a bit at what they stand for. The NEOS are a political force that are not running for their boss to play aviators in parliament,” warned Häupl.