Caught in the frustration trap

Somebody should let the Greens know that in their first year in government they were able to push through more than in 30 years of opposition.



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Andreas Koller


SN / APA / dpa / Jörg Carstensen

When the past turquoise-blue Ibiza coalition still ruled the country, Sebastian Kurz was considered to be an evil figure with almost Orban character traits for every upright green functionary who held himself up to himself. Clearly, said upright green officials are now finding it a little difficult to justify that they have entered into a coalition with this man and thereby given him a second chance as Federal Chancellor.

And recently, Sebastian Kurz did not make it easy for his green coalition partners to love him. …

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