Austria's far-right Chancellor Sebastian Kurz is facing increased opposition after his government announced plans to seek ways to extend the country's legal working hours by 12 a day, increasing the average working week to 60.
Up to 100,000 people held a massive rally on June 30 to protest against Kurz's plan.
According to the Austrian government, the measure responds is meant to encourage competitiveness on the job mark. According to the plan, the Austrian Parliament will debate the issue on ...
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