In AUSTRIA, VVP Chancellor Sebastian Kurz had made it clear in terms of FPÖ links with extreme right-wing identities: "Clear termination is needed. No one can mean good with Austria connect with radicals. "
On Monday, he reaffirmed the Austrian Top News: "I don't tolerate noisy transactions with this move. So I expect the FPÖ to clearly take a job and, if there are links here, it also captures and separates them. ”In summary:" Any interdependence must be resolved with the identities. Looking away is not possible. "The occasion is a house in Upper Austria, where FPÖ identity and officers are rented.
Background to the short-ruffle: Due to the controversies with right-wing extremists – and also with Russia – the intelligence flow of the hidden services to Austria is at high risk.
On Monday, Peter Gridling, Head of Constitutional Protection, was amazed at Peter Pilz (see below) about the fact that BAT is only a limited partner in the Berne Club, the European intelligence services network. Kickl denied that Austria had to cut off information.
More and more politicians from Germany and Britain are insisting that the flow of information from the hidden services to Vienna is broken.
Kurz wants to change the reporting obligations of the intelligence services
On the subject, the National Security Council convened the opposition Monday night. The Chancellor said in advance that he wanted to change the reporting obligations of the intelligence services. According to the press report, the BVT, the Abwehramt and the future military news office will also provide information to Chancellors and Vice-Chancellors. Federal President Alexander Van der Bellen had been encouraged. This should ensure not only that liberal ministries have sovereignty over intelligence services. (D. Knob)
Seller on oe24.at.TV: Praise for Minister Kickl
In the interview with Wolfgang Fellner, the right-wing head of identity speaks of his connection with Christchurch killer, Kickl and Strache.
oe24.TV: Can I call you Nazis?
Martin Sellner: I refuse that, my patriot.
oe24.TV: Christchurch terrorist has given 1,500 euros. Have you sent an email with him several times.
Sellner: I wrote to him that I also have an English language channel because I realized that he spoke English. I didn't dream that it would kill later.
oe24.TV: Did you ever meet him personally?
Sellner: I can manage that. No meeting held. At the moment, the state police scrubbed my mobile phone photos, chatting messages.
oe24.TV: How strong is the identity in Austria?
Sellner: We are about 300 campaigners.
oe24.TV: How do you like our government?
Sellner: I like the Kickl very well, he's the best Interior Minister. We keep the promise of his campaign.
oe24.TV: A Strache?
Sellner: He also does his job well. I am very grateful to him that the integration agreement has not been signed.
April Fool? Sellner also wanted to give SPÖ 15 euro
Through Twitter, SPÖ has announced that Martin Sellner has tried to donate money to the party – obviously a April Fool joke. He failed twice to transfer the substantial amount of 15 euros. Both attempts failed. "Obviously, his account was not included," one believes in the SPÖ.
Mr Sellner tried to transfer money to us. A bad joke to make a connection between him, the murderer of Christchurch, and us. He could not transfer it, but one way or the other: We would never receive money from right-wing extremists!
– SPÖ (@SPOE_at) April 1, 2019