On the fringes of the green federal executive board, green insiders first find "semi-official" how the future turquoise-green government should look – at least from the Greens' point of view. .
Austria seems to be largely organized Vegetables accept two mega-resorts – environment and social interaction.
The Ministry of the Environment will be made "capable" of Werner Kogler's request by adding an economic department. Because ÖVP wants to keep the Ministry of Economics, Vegetables will receive a mega-ministry of environment, transportation, infrastructure and research. Say: The future Minister of the Environment will simultaneously be the head of the ÖBB, Asfinag, airport, all infrastructure measures (such as motorway and toll expansion). For many ÖVP grandmothers, this was a horrific vision: could the Greens stop about the third airport path or any highway expansion.
Also, the Social Ministry and the health ministry should be green. In the future, Greens will decide on all social measures from pensions, working hours, social insurance in hospitals. Also a daunting vision not only for ÖVP-grandmothers, but also for all trade unions.
How many ministers the Greens get from mega-resorts that turn into bargaining poker:
- The education ministry has Vegetables But the POV doesn't want to give them that.
The Ministry of Defense wanted to "give" them the OVP in view of many unresolved issues (including Van der Bellen's upcoming Starlinger as Minister) ̵
The Vice Chancellor's Ministry for Werner Kogler still gets the Greens as a bonus – and to sports and civil servants, it should – at Kogler's request – be culturally rich.
There are still many question marks on the OVP
With this, the future government may look something like this:
- Vice Chancellor (with the Ministry of Culture) became Werner Kogler.
- Minister of Environment with heavy traffic and the Infrastructure Department is likely to be Leonore Gewessler.
- Minister of Health and Social Affairs (a mega-department) should be a government-experienced vegetable: The candidate of the will is Birgit Hebein (required in Vienna). The successor is Astrid Rössler or political pro-politician Rudi Anschober.
- The Green Minister of Foreign Affairs could be Van der Bellen's favorite Lothar Lockl.
On the ÖVP side, there may be many sensations: Green insiders have betrayed, in "Explanation The Conversations" would have been "a lot of hints" that Gernot Blümel would become the new Minister of Finance. On the other hand speaking against the clear statement of ÖVP's short boss Hartwig Löger remains like the finance minister – because of Blümel but with the new government, his two main cultural agendas (to Kogler) and the media (wanted short self) may be lost, but Blümel in As ÖVP becomes more important, change seems logical.
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Also, the green insiders "heard" that Elisabeth Köstinger could leave private life and in Carinthia, as a Ministry of Agriculture with no environment was doing her little good.
The ÖVP team in government is still there. with more question marks than green. The arrangement is simply:
Margarete Schramböck as Minister of Foreign Affairs, Juliane Bogner-Strauß as Minister of Family and Gernot Blümel – either as Chancellery or as Minister of Finance.
Juliane Bogner-Strauss is considered a fixed starter.
Tomorrow will be the new interior minister for the ÖVP (said Austrian High Andreas Pilsl), whose new Minister of Education (Heinz Fassmann no longer wants), the new Minister of Agriculture (if Köstinger should leave), who defends and who
Sebastian Kurz keeps completely covered up and from ÖVP (at this time) no sound