Vienna, Warsaw, Budapest likely to join forces after Austrian vote: report
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A new alliance of Vienna, Warsaw and Budapest may emerge in Europe after Sunday’s elections in Austria, according to a report.
Sebastian Kurz, the leader of the Austrian People's Party. Photo: EPA/FLORIAN WIESER
Austria's conservative People's Party, led by 31-year-old Sebastian Kurz, won the country's early parliamentary election on Sunday, and the far-right Freedom Party secured a mandate to enter government coalition talks after a strong showing at the ballot box.
Both parties are anti-immigration in their rhetoric.
According to Britain’s The Times newspaper, a new right-wing and anti-immigration alliance of Austria, Poland and Hungary is likely to emerge in Europe, aided by other Central European countries concerned over Muslim refugees. (gs)