Austria's Ruling Coalition Fights To Stay Alive After Kurz Quits
The Indian Express Delhi|October 11, 2021
Austria's Ruling coalition soldiered on on Sunday after Chancellor Sebastian Kurz quit to keep it alive, but a top newspaper likened his future role in parliament to Russian leader Vladimir Putin's stint as prime minister in name only.
Francois Murphy & Alexandra Schwarz-Goerlich

Prosecutors placed Kurz and nine others under investigation last week on suspicion of corruption offences, as part of what they suspect is the use of public funds to produce manipulated polling and newspaper coverage favourable to Kurz.

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