The electoral result in Austria brought relief to European citizens. A far-right candidate almost arrived to the point of becoming the first far-right president of a European Union member state. He lost because the entire political spectrum of the country – from the centre-right to the left – voted against him.
In reality, the winner was unfortunately the candidate of the far-right. A compact political group battled against a mosaic of programmes and ideologies, the only unified element of whic...

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