Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz announced his resignation to the media. He was succeeded by Foreign Minister Alexander Schallenberg.
The basics in brief
- Sebastian Kurz announced his resignation in front of the media on Saturday evening.
- He was succeeded by Foreign Minister Alexander Schallenberg.
Resignation of the Federal Chancellor of Austria, Sebastian Kurz. He is set to be succeeded by Foreign Minister Alexander Schallenberg, Kurz announced to the media Saturday night after prosecutors named the political conservative as a suspect in a corruption case related to alleged media coverage.
Without withdrawal, the alliance between ÖVP and vegetables threatened who declared that Curtis was unable to act. “My country is more important to me than myself,” he said.
The vegetables As a coalition partner of the conservative Austrian People’s Party (ÖVP), Kurz accused him of “taking a clear stand against me”. This position is “irresponsible”, because Austria risks “slipping into months of chaos or even stagnation”.
Sebastian Kurz Doesn’t Completely Resign From Politics
Kurz has not announced a complete withdrawal from politics. Still the head of the ÖVP and changes in the parliamentary group Parliament, He said.
On Wednesday the investigators were It inspected among others the Federal Chancellery and the conservative party headquarters of the Austrian People’s Party (ÖVP). According to the Office of the Attorney General for Business and Corruption, Kurz’s close associates are suspected of buying well-intentioned reporting at a media company in order to pave the way for Kurz to become party leaders and federal counsel from 2016 onwards. It is said that this money from the Ministry of Finance has been embezzled.
Investigators see Kurtz as a participant in the crimes of blasphemy and corruption. The 35-year-old described the allegations as false in his resignation letter. These were from 2016 and they’re wrong and I’ll be able to clear that up too. I’d appreciate it if presumption of innocence It will apply to everyone in our country.”
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