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Володимир Зеленський Sep 29
Congratulations to on his historic win in Austria’s parliamentary election. Looking forward to working with you and the new 🇦🇹 Cabinet for the sake of our two countries and United Europe!
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Terry Reintke Sep 29
The far right lost 10%. The party absolutely opposed to the far right won 10%. It was a good day and a good night. But it’s not the end of the struggle. We all know that. Still: Tonight we should celebrate.
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Ben o Frei Oct 2
Twitter VOR / NACH der
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Edgars Rinkēvičs Sep 29
Congratulations, , on your resounding victory!
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FPÖ Fails Sep 29
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bored red panda \ʕ•ᴥ•ʔ/ Sep 29
me answering friends here in Greece what results mean: less money, ressources and power for the nazis, our young streamlined fascists that just took power are solidified and in charge but not so much better off then before, PASOK is PASOK, greens able to get left votes.
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KaraBenNemsi Sep 29
Endlich is der Schas aus!
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John Cummins Sep 29
Is there anyone happier in Vienna tonight than Sebastian ? I doubt it!
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babylon_bitch Sep 29
Die Special Effects sind geil.
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Ragnar Weilandt Oct 1
Heinz-Christian Strache, the disgraced former leader of Austria's far-right FPÖ, announced that he will withdraw from politics and suspend his membership from the party he led from 4% in 2005 to almost winning the presidency in 2016.
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Heidi Siller Oct 8
Norbert Hofer: The beard is on (again)
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Merkstatt Oct 2
The new Austrian government will brand itself as moderate – but don't believe it - guardian
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ALDE Party Oct 14
Did you miss last week's Liberal Breakfast on the Austrian elections ? 🇦🇹 Watch a recording of the discussion here:
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태희 Sep 29
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Oliver Grimm Sep 30
I might be too detached from my home country to properly grasp the political mood after the , having left Vienna a decade ago. But somehow, I don’t buy the instant narrative that this is a blowout victory for , giving him all possible coalition options. 1/5
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Ragnar Weilandt Sep 29
Ende einer Love Story.
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Sissela Matzner Sep 30
Don't we love it that Austrian elections only make international news when the far right makes gains?
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Bethany Bell Sep 29
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Benjamin Wolf Sep 29
Is Austria headed for a Dirndl coalition of Conservatives, Greens and Liberals? Fingers crossed 🤞
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Andreas Eder-Ramsauer Oct 1
I am stunned by the huge sigh of relieve by many commentators about the Austrian election. FPÖ got 16% despite everything that happened and half of lost votes are now non-voters, so they probably can be mobilized again in couple of months if the FPÖ handles its image 1/2
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