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"christian schlosser" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

10:55 min | 1 year ago

"christian schlosser" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"For my sick she's sixteen she's kind she won't say no to you we showed our evidence to and Abunda from sand again Kuwait's an NGO that fights for the rights of domestic workers this child labor child trafficking sad and disgusting her organization has rescued thousands of women from abusive households and advised us to take a video to the Kuwaiti authorities who moved ago who will call fatty to a government shelter what they are doing is illegal we showed our evidence to amenable to the U. N. special Apatow among slavery if Google apple Facebook or any of the company is promoting apps like these hosting apps like these they are promoting an online slave market in Saudi Arabia we found hundreds of women being sold another popular app hi Raj and on Facebook and Instagram we found hundreds more in Kuwait domestic workers visas are tied to their employer's they cannot quit that job or leave the country without their employees to mission Kuwait's both in you know it's in two thousand and fifteen to better protect the estimated seven hundred thousand domestic workers having seen no evidence not Saddam so we had of the domestic workers office at the ministry of labor promised to act hi Liane fit how to we own a tune with this type of behavior we are going to write a new set of regulations which will make sure the websites like forces are not permitted to hold such ads following our investigation for several moved its domestic workers section and told us it would cooperate with the authorities to bring the perpetrators of the alleged crimes to justice Facebook which joins Instagram told us following an investigation we have banned the hash tag mates the transfer as much of the content violated all policies we also remove seven hundred and three violating accounts how to adjust the app used in Saudi Arabia to trade domestic workers didn't respond to us both Google and apple told the BBC that this type of behavior has no place in their application stores and that they're working with app developers to best to prevent illegal activity like this on the platforms just Kelly reporting ever since the speaker of the US house of representatives Nancy Pelosi announced the start of the impeachment acquiring against president trump in September there been calls for the process to become more open now the house is held a public vote on the matter the result which was divided mostly along party lines not only formalizes enquiring but it will lead to a more critical and public phase of the process and it clears the way for nationally televised hearings and for all the previous testimony to be made public Nancy Pelosi the deputy democratic speaker of the house said her party was acting to defend the US constitution I don't know why the Republicans are afraid of the truce every member should support allowing the American people to hear the facts for themselves what is at stake in all of this is nothing less than our democracy the White House insists that Mr trump has done nothing wrong and has described the process as illegitimate the Republican minority leader Kevin McCarthy echoed the president's repeated argument that this is an attempted coup Democrats are trying to impeach the president because they are scared they cannot defeat him at the ballot box this impeachment is not only an attempt to undo the last election is it and temp to influence the next one as well from Washington our correspondent Chris buckler Toby Moore what happens not only is it the process in some ways gets a little more formal but also a lot more public they're going to be some televised hearings there are suggestions that some of the evidence it's already being given could be made public as well ultimately Democrats believe that's important as they try to make the case for an impeachment vote against the president of the United States but you can imagine the response from president trump on the press secretary of the White House has called it unfair on constitutional and fundamentally unamerican now the vote fell mainly along party lines did any Republicans back it yet no Republicans were very strict on held soloed in really saying that they didn't think that this was a good idea what is interesting note and gives you an idea of what is happening behind the scenes in Washington in these conversations about impeachment is that two Democrats sided against going forward with these impeachment enquiries on those two Democrats come from two very solidly supporting Donald Trump areas to the places where he did very well in the presidential election in two thousand sixteen a wall thought suggests is that there are political risks for both sides in the impeachment process going forward for Republicans there's a danger of a lot of information getting out there that is bad for the president but for Democrats there is also the danger of a backlash after this so Chris looking ahead to the next step in the Enquirer what can we expect to happen now and what are the possible outcomes while they still want to speak to the number of people whether it's in front of the cameras are away from them he to know information about president trump's alleged attempt to really put pressure on Ukraine in order to get an investigation into this political rival on potential presidential rival Joe Biden and his son hunter had business dealings in Ukraine now one of the people that were waiting to find out whether he will give evidence is John Bolton who is was the former national security adviser for the white sauce it seems like at certain times he has been very concerned about the conversations that were being held with Ukraine in fact one stage according to some evidence has already been given they've been suggestions and and reports the papers that he compared it to a drug deal life he gives evidence against president trump that's going to be something to watch and it's going to be a very very contentious time in Washington of course just to give people a time line this is not going to happen quickly we're going to have to have an impeachment vote in the house of representatives and then it moves on to the Senate for potentially a trial could be held and of course there is a Republican majority in the Senate so while the Democrats control hice the Republicans control the Senate and that means it's probably unlikely that president trump will lose his job but not before we have a lots of arguments in Washington Chris buckler in Washington to Austria now we're a ban on smoking in restaurants and bars comes into force from today the country has been due to bring in a band total bad last year but the previous government which include the far right Freedom Party scrapped the plans but after the fall of the government in may the band has been reintroduced that's the bell ports from Vienna of two years of controversy Austria has banned smoking in restaurants cafes and balls doctors say the long overdue you move paves the way for new here and health the country had been on the verge of bringing in a total ban last year but the plans were overturned because of pressure from the far right Freedom policy which was part of the last government the former head of the Freedom Party heights Christian Schlosser himself a smoker had argued that people should have freedom of choice however off to the coalition collapsed because of the scandal implicating Mister Straka the ban was brought back on Austria's current technocrat administration around twenty four percent of Austrians over the age of fifteen smoke daily Bethany bell reporting you're listening to the news room from the BBC world service here in London it's coming up to five thirty GMT and you're with the news room now to Peru where five lawyers have been charged with murder after for indigenous activists were killed in a remote jungle area of the country the activists were fighting the illegal extraction of timber from the territory to timber businessman and three loggers were charged with the murder of the men who were all from the shinjin cut community are America's editor can just be at told me more about the case this case is really unprecedented in Peru and this region where it this is a regional prosecutor who's bringing this case who has actually charge these men he lives in an isolated jungle region of Peru on the border with Brazil and it is rare to be able to gather evidence under those conditions a very rare for there to be witnesses Ole ways to link a death with a crime so so really this is a very also this is a very violent region and the very lotus region so this prosecutor is extremely brave mind to be doing this and who was head wind chill time even shorter campaigned against illegal logging for at least six years and he wrote hundreds of letters to officials on the on the topic he was a very well known even internationally well known member of the office of his indigenous a community and he had gathered notes and information evidence for years and in fact when he was killed with four of his friends they had just been traveling for days to a local town to give in some of these no sense of make formal complaints against forestry officials about some of the illegal logging that been going on in their lands so this is a big first and a major development but what happens next so what we're we're expecting next is a hearing from the judge in the next few weeks he'll accept an accused of the accusation and then it'll be a case of of seeing if the the the five men will time now in court at the moments that believed to be living somewhere in the Peruvian jungle it's not clear if they gonna turn up it's not going to the clear sale they'll appeal there are also concerns about corruption the Peruvian legal system is pretty corrupt is not known for being transparent so it's all we still this is only a very beginning stage but in a sense this is a key case were all campaign is in the Amazon region across the nine countries of the arms and whether us so many merges of activists trying to stop illegal logging can this be it let's hear now from northern Syria were Turkish forces have been in an offensive against Kurdish forces following the withdrawal of US troops Syrian government forces in the Russian allies are now patrolling the border area with Turkey this report from our Middle East correspondent Tom Bateman a group of children is cooking seat.

Duterte Dares Philippine Opposition Leader to Run His Drug War

BBC World Service

01:47 min | 1 year ago

Duterte Dares Philippine Opposition Leader to Run His Drug War

"The president of the Philippines Rodriguez attack today is also his deputy to take over his controversial campaign against drug traffickers Mr detail for to create the role of drugs often any Robredo's she's been a face critic of his policy from Manila his how Johnson president the turkeys offered to take control of his war on drugs came about talk to Mr Bredow said he's anti drug campaign was obviously not working the vice president has yet to confirm if she will accept Mister the turkeys challenge but has said the president would not have offered her the role on this the drug war was a failure since Mr to touch he came to power in June twenty sixteen thousands of alleged drug users and dealers have been killed during police operations human rights groups say many of the killings was summary executions with no regard for G. process by on smoking in restaurants and bonuses come into force in Austria quarter of Austrians over the age of fifteen smoke daily of Vienna correspondent Bethany bell reports of two years of controversy Austria has banned smoking in restaurants cafes and balls doctors say the longer the do you move paves the way for new here and health the country had been on the verge of bringing in the type of band last year but the plans were overturned because of pressure from the far right Freedom policy which was part of the last government the former head of the Freedom Party heights Christian Schlosser himself a smoker all do the people should have freedom of choice North Korea says it successfully conducted another test of super launch multiple rocket launchers the north Korean news agency said the test to verify that the rocket launches were able to totally destroy a group of targets the United States has imposed sanctions on

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Austria passes smoking ban, snuffing out fallen government's flagship policy

BBC World Service

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Austria passes smoking ban, snuffing out fallen government's flagship policy

"By on smoking in restaurants and bonuses come into force in Austria quarter of Austrians over the age of fifteen smoke daily of Vienna correspondent Bethany bell reports of two years of controversy Austria has banned smoking in restaurants cafes and balls doctors say the longer the do you move paves the way for new here and health the country had been on the verge of bringing in the type of band last year but the plans were overturned because of pressure from the far right Freedom policy which was part of the last government the former head of the Freedom Party heights Christian Schlosser himself a smoker all do the people should have freedom of choice

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"christian schlosser" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"christian schlosser" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And welcome to Newsday on the BBC world service with the login Jiang Yu controls on the ins and outs of come into force in Russia they could in theory fell to traffic we'll find out if that's likely to happen also the genesis and activists in India who according to what Sam was talking to bias by way of will speak to one of them in the Philippines president do tests I asked his dad PC and face critic to take over his wide ranging war against drugs and the Democrats in the lower house of Congress passed a resolution to formally proceed with their impeachment enquiring against president trump fact plus the latest both knees and business he's coming up after we ran up the latest world news hello on Justin green with the BBC news hello to introduce new controls on the internet has come into force in Russia critics for the Kremlin wants to create an internet firewall similar to that in China with more details his in mint William the thirty say the new law will ensure the stable operation of the Russian internet in an emergency and will protect the system from hostile attacks from abroad this often internet poll gives the government wide theoretical powers to restrict internet traffic but experts say it's unclear how these powers might be applied or how effectively they can be implemented potentially the Kremlin may be able to switch off connections completely to the worldwide web a spokesman for the Russian ministry of communications however so that users won't notice any change the president of the Philippines Rodriguez attack today is also his deputy to take over his controversial campaign against drug traffickers Mr detail for to create the role of drugs often any Robredo's she's been a face critic of his policy from Manila his how Johnson president the turkeys offered to take control of his war on drugs came about talk to Mr Bredow said he's anti drug campaign was obviously not working the vice president has yet to confirm if she will accept Mister the turkeys challenge but has said the president would not have offered her the role on this the drug war was a failure since Mr to touch he came to power in June twenty sixteen thousands of alleged drug users and dealers have been killed during police operations human rights groups say many of the killings was summary executions with no regard for G. process by on smoking in restaurants and bonuses come into force in Austria quarter of Austrians over the age of fifteen smoke daily of Vienna correspondent Bethany bell reports of two years of controversy Austria has banned smoking in restaurants cafes and balls doctors say the longer the do you move paves the way for new here and health the country had been on the verge of bringing in the type of band last year but the plans were overturned because of pressure from the far right Freedom policy which was part of the last government the former head of the Freedom Party heights Christian Schlosser himself a smoker all do the people should have freedom of choice North Korea says it successfully conducted another test of super launch multiple rocket launchers the north Korean news agency said the test to verify that the rocket launches were able to totally destroy a group of targets the United States has imposed sanctions on Iran's construction sector as well as trade in for materials used in its military nuclear programs the state department said today determined runs construction sector was under the control of the revolution we gods regarded by Washington as a foreign terrorist organization tensions between the country has escalated sharply since president trump withdrew from the nuclear deal while news from the BBC a dummy in beauty queen is accused the country's former president Yahya Jammeh of raping her because she refused to marry him giving evidence the Gambia's truth reconciliation reparations commission five two John lose the Mr Jammeh had assaulted her in a locked room to Punisher a prosecutor in Peru is charge five men involved with logging in a remote region of the country with the murders of four indigenous activists who've been fighting the illegal extradition of timber from that territory the leader of the ocean Yinka community Edmund Charlton on three of the action in command were found dead five years ago in the jungle they travel to a nearby city to file complaints to timber businessman and three loggers was charged with the murder president trump has confirmed he's making the US state of Florida his permanent residence leaving Manhattan behind Chris buckler reports Donald Trump is always presented himself as a pro you your car and the city has long been at the center of his business dealings but not Mr trump is movie night leaving behind his apartment in the flashy trump tower making palm beach in Florida his new prominence home in a series of tweets he lashed always a political leaders in New York accusing them of treating him badly despite the fact that he paid millions of dollars in tax and while he's headed to the sunshine state the president made clear he hoped to be living in the White House rather.

"christian schlosser" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

15:13 min | 1 year ago

"christian schlosser" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Back then the far right Freedom policies heights Christian Schlosser was cool secretly films on video in a villa in a visa from a single woman who was pretending to be the niece of a Russian oligarch lucrative government contracts this video was leaked to to to German newspapers and as a result of that scandal Mister Ashcroft has stepped down as a consequence the coalition with Sebastian quits his Conservative Party fell apart and then Mr Kutz himself lost evasive no confidence in parliament at and you elections were cold and in the meantime all street has been ruled by a technocrat caretaker government led to by Austria's first female chancellor brigade to be a line who's the uniform of president of Austria's highest quote and is. the bastion courts he's running again what are his chances he's hoping to you become at charts rebel street again against him running the social Democrats the center left social Democrats the far right Freedom Party under then you need to know but tool for the greens and this and the small liberal neo posse now the question is Austria will have to have it we we think another coalition government after these elections will that be a renewal all of Z. alliance between the conservatives in the far right Freedom Party will that be an alliance with the social Democrats who would it possibly be a three way pact between say the conservatives the greens and the liberal nails very much will depend on how the Austrians that today Kurtz his has himself has warned that that left leaning part parties could gain more votes than predicted and could band together to form a coalition without him do you think that's likely it's a possibility usually what happens is that when the rich the voting is at an end the president of Austria will give the leader of the strong this policy a mandate to enter coalition talks with all the different policies and then the Randy will will begin and so coalition talks and all straight to Disney take quite a long time and this time it could be even longer than ever but we wait to see how people vote today. how do voters feel about turning out for another election is there any enthusiasm. has have a loss of elections in the last two three years and of this of course was an early election the last general election was back in two thousand seventeen and it's one of the interesting things has been help people who viewed the the cats take a technocrat government said another it has had quite good ratings in the opinion polls people feel that it's done a good job that it's helps hoops of that ring you trust in government after all the stormy period but of course the caretaker government hasn't tackled some of the most at this circle decisions and facing Austria at the moment it's put into place a number of things that to the Austrians felt needed to be done but then of course everyone recognizes that to the political parties will of course come back. that was Bethany bell speaking to me from Vienna as I mentioned we have two guests with us throughout the program they are Diane Williams she's a Chinese born writer now based in the U. K. and come out alone he's a defense analyst specializing in the Middle East and Afghanistan he's also a former adviser to the British military on Syria and I both he and Diane are here with me in the weekend programs to do it's a nice to see you both come on let's let's turn to you some more now you you are someone who teaches the Syrian and and and Turkish military history I understand you have a bit of a different take on on what's going on inside Syria how would you explain it. it's nothing the war in Syria more than most wars in recent time of course has has a very one sided narrative in story for many different reasons but I think of from my experience of working that working with the top military officials not just in the U. K. but US something that doesn't come up that often is the other side you know and everyone has two sides of the story it's it's portrayed as a very simplistic dictator verses democracy. story it's it's it's it's seen under sectarian lines of Saudi Arabia and Iran the nothing all of these have been extremely exaggerated how so because Syria before the wall was the linchpin of security and stability in the Middle East Hey diverse country with over twenty different faiths and confessions twenty percent of the population being Christian the oldest Christian population in the world in fact and it was very well represented in the government's a year. when the only First was also to put tables before Cameron cameras just said this in his book that I was frustrated by my military officials because they didn't go with my plan what was the plan was Jean changing overthrow the government the fact was a president Assad had legitimate support in the country and the two top diplomats the US have had for the last forty years Henry Kissinger big needs in ski the first thing they said when the war started is don't touch Syria this is not Iraq Libya Egypt aside has the cement support and this will backfire but I don't think anyone's arguing that he he he hasn't enjoyed some support yeah I I think I think the contention is that he also has a significant amount of opposition and and some of that opposition much of that opposition is is justified you know he's he's painted as a as a as a dictator are you saying that that that that that those accusations on his human rights record aren't accurate the wants of course once the war spiral out of control as in every war there was some awful things that have happened on all sides but I'm going back to the beginning of the will for example in this country more than seventy members of parliament had been to Syria in the three years preceding the preceding the war Britain had for Drake close ties with Syria there is a non governmental organization called the body Syrian society in which three former British ambassadors to Syria including two former heads of the special forces all of them who you know the pinyin that if this falls out of control and it did so the things that happened was if the Syrian side willing to negotiate they said send a fact finding mission in the first few months of the war as I mentioned the senior British officials who have served in Syria of the last twenty years old came out saying we should they should me no arming off the rebellion and the protesters in that sense I mean as far out of control no one denies that was a perfect state was a democracy but then again you know the region has no democracy as such so. to pick and choose I think I think many would contend it's far from a perfect state on the reporting that's been done by our correspondents inside Syria have revealed many you know. ingredients human rights abuses committed by the Assad regime are you are you are you contending how strong do you think the sound is now. I think he's a we see stronger since the Russians came in in twenty fifteen but I think that. before going into the contemporary wall what happens now yes he's very strong seventy five percent of the country's back under control more more embassies are opening up including a lot of the U. member states it's it's it's going back to the default position perhaps of course the US doesn't want to pay for the reconstruction but then again there are other players including China which have become the biggest investor in Syria of the last two years and the Chinese ambassador writes up as every second month incident newspapers saying they don't have to worry we enhance so zing yes the bricks and moving in Brazil South Africa but I I think as far as to the merits of I talk about is not about. what's good about but it's about what could have been prevented and how western leaders in particular Cameron and along the French leaders they almost rush to war that could have been prevented so and before the thousands or hundreds of thousands of that started things could have been and and Obama and Hillary Clinton saves you know not just about Syria but Libya Obama says don't blame us for Libya the British and French bag this to going to Libya but coming back to Syria so I think the rush to war which is something that could have been prevented is something I took okay thank you with this it's a really nice to have you with us and I'm I'm glad you're here with us on weekend let's turn to our other guests now Diane William I you are a Chinese born writer your now based in the U. K. now I understand you're working on a new novel and I know you don't want to discuss it detail but what you have told us is that it's set in Beijing can you talk to us about how you choose the settings for your books I Beijing such a fast moving place it is that it is it is a difficult in in in a way to pin down that city right now the reason I don't want to talk about the plot eccentricity quite a shape to it the whole law it's being take taking me to write this book or to finish as of but. I only sister you I try to set the book in China because that's where I'm familiar with also it's a ground floor tile was storytelling and Beijing always draws me back and I do find myself having trouble keeping up with it so my books are always so lacking in time because. the date the Beijing today it's not the Beijing two years ago or two years prior to that hello it's a fascinating place and I think perhaps because I've lived away from Beijing for a long time like a lot of writers for example yeah Irish writers who live outside of Ireland and writing about Ireland it's that as it's a lot of the old Beijing that attracts me and the suit I do take lot has the tunes as those of the traditional Chinese alleyways yeah that's right and narrow alleys and you could be eighteen families living in one courtyard houses so that kind of a traditional setting and I'm from there and hope yeah I talk about modern China at the China that's sky scrapers at highway six six okay we're gonna be speaking a little bit more about modern China later in the program but again welcome to you both I'm I'm very pleased to have you a reminder you are listening to weekend on the BBC world service. and a reminder now of our main news voting is underway in Austria five months after the previous coalition was brought down by he secretly filmed video and rebels in Yemen say they've inflicted a stunning defeat on Saudi forces there's been no confirmation of the claimed. and let's turn us now to Paul seres he joins us with the latest sports news hi Paul what were the highlights from day two of the athletics world championships in Doha good morning silly undoubtedly the highlight was Christine Coleman's men's one hundred meter victory let's first will listen to ed Harris common tree on the moment Coleman circle. I doubt they get the pups from the books once again this Christian Coleman Gatley raises had and he sees the Coleman is a hundred and one is absolutely streaking away. gets a medal but it looks like a metal as well for the Kennedy ends on a model well I'm trying to grasp what the call the clock is the thing nine point seven six seconds for Christian Coleman. that's that's time senior of nine point seven six seconds was the sixth fastest in history indeed the top five runners all clocks up ten seconds which just shows the the quality of the field elsewhere Ethiopian born Dutch athletes the fun house on to gold in the women's ten thousand and to make his touch I Gail won the men's long jump there's plenty more to come on Sunday too the highlight being person dean olsher Smith going up against Jamaican juror Shelly on Fraser Pryce and Elaine Thompson in the women's one hundred meters one of the hottest results to predict from the entire competition indeed well whales play Australia at the men's Rugby World Cup later this morning they're hoping for a better result than their Six Nations drivers Ireland's manage yesterday what went so wrong for the Irish were indeed yes on on paper they face a much standard tests in the Irish did in that much yesterday all in came into the competition of course is the world's number one ranked team but were beaten by the tournament host Japan is she's work at nineteen twelve in what was one of if not probably the biggest upset in the history of the competition let's have a listen to what the Japanese because change as if to say we've been preparing for this guy named for the hell of a lot longer the then they are shave a listen to the plaza will be focusing on these last though these will tonight basically flashy at least probably subconsciously alas res. and only been together ever since Monday so we felt we had a bit of an advantage in there we just needed to execute a plan. while cycling Australia late so with that defensive coach when I was saying yesterday that this is the match to the players will remember for the rest of their lives win or lose it was a busy day in the men's premier league yesterday what happened in the so yes Liverpool one eight points clear after the victory against Sheffield United a primal in in the early game the second place Manchester city won that much in evidence ever since you would use it back to five point still a substantial leap this early in the season who's got their first win of the season at home against Paul some club what food and front lawn Lampard got his first home league win as Chelsea manager. thank you Paul it is twenty two minutes past the hour you're listening to weekend on the BBC world service. almost two thousand people have been arrested in Egypt since anti government demonstrations erupted unexpectedly last weekend in response to calls for protest by an exiled opponents of the government Muhammad Ali this is a taste of one of his popular online posts that day wow I mean what I thought a liar and a thief and he's admitted it now I will create a hash tag a knife is enough CC..

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"christian schlosser" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"christian schlosser" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"M. T. you're listening to weekend on the BBC world service with me Celia Hatton polls have just opened in Austria around six point four million voters will be choosing a chancellor after the incumbents Sebastian Kurz very useful thirty three year old with a slick hair cut was ousted along with his coalition partners following a scandal Bethany bell is in Vienna with us now Bethany remind us how we got to this point to the I beat the gate scandal. the I. B. C. gate scandal am I merged in may see full my head of the junior coalition partner in government back then the far right Freedom policies thanks Christian Schlosser was cool secretly films on video in a villa in the visa promising a woman who was pretending to be the niece of a Russian oligarch lucrative government contracts this video was leaked to to to German newspapers and as a result of that scandal Mr stuff has stepped down as a consequence the coalition with Sebastian quits his Conservative Party fell apart and then Mr Kutz himself lost a vote of no confidence in parliament at and you elections were cold and in the meantime all street has been ruled by a technocrats caretaker government led to by Austria's first female chancellor brigade to be aligned who's the uniform of president of Austria's highest quote end is Sebastian courts he's running again what are his chances. he's he's helping them to you come at charts rebel street again against him running the social Democrats the center left social Democrats the far right Freedom Party under then you need to know but tool for the greens and stunned the small liberal neo posse now the question is. Austria will have to have it we we think another coalition government after these elections will that be a renewal all of Z. alliance between the conservatives in the far right Freedom Party will that be an alliance with the social Democrats who would it possibly be a three way pact between say the conservatives the greens and the liberal mail is very much will depend on how the Austrians that today Kurtz his has himself has warned that that left leaning part parties could gain more votes than predicted and could band together to form a coalition without him do you think that's likely. it's a possibility usually what happens is that when the rich the voting is at an end the president of Austria will give the leader of the strong this policy a mandate to enter coalition talks with all the different policies and then the Randy will will begin and said coalition talks in ostrich additionally take quite a long time and this time it could be even longer than ever but we wait to see how people vote today. how do voters feel about turning out for another election is there any enthusiasm. I also have a loss of elections in the last two three years and this of course was an early election the last general election was back in two thousand seventeen and I think and it's one of the interesting things has been help people who viewed the the cats take a technocrat government said another it has had quite good ratings in the opinion polls people feel that it's done a good job that it's helpful XIV that ring you trust in government after all the stormy period but of course the caretaker government hasn't tackled some of the most at this ical decisions and facing Austria at the moment it's it's put into place a number of things that to the Austrians felt needed to be done but then of course everyone recognizes that set the political parties will of course come back thank you that was Bethany bell speaking from Vienna. police in Hong Kong have fired tear gas and water cannon at protesters who are marking five years since the start of what became known as the umbrella movement it was a campaign of civil disobedience and protest in the.

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