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Former Austrian Prime Minister Sebastian Kurz takes a seat before being sworn in as a deputy of the Austrian parliament on Thursday, October 14, 2021 in Vienna, Austria. (AP Photo/Lisa Lutner)
Berlin – A local news agency, the APA, reported last week that former Austrian prime minister Sebastian Kurz had been sworn in as a member of parliament after resigning on suspicion of corruption.
Kurtz, 35, also maintained his role as leader, leading a parliamentary group and being at the center of Austrian politics while fighting to make his name appear.
“I will do everything I can to refute the false allegations against me,” Kurz reiterated on Facebook Thursday morning.
He announced on Saturday that he would withdraw to ease the political crisis caused by the prosecutor’s announcement that he was one of the targets of the investigation into alleged bribery and resignations. Kurtz’s junior coalition partner, the Greens, was seeking his replacement.
Kurtz and his close associates sought to secure their rise to leadership of their party and country with the help of publicly funded manipulative elections and friendly media coverage. is charged. Kurtz became the leader of their Austrian People’s Party and became Prime Minister in 2017.
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Former Austrian Prime Minister Kurtz appointed as Member of Parliament
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