17,000 people in Vienna, Austria, took part in an anti-government March to protest immigration policy

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 17,000 people in Vienna, Austria, took part in an anti-government March to protest immigration policy


According to the Russian Satellite News Agency, police in Vienna said that about 17,000 people took part in anti-government demonstrations on the streets of Vienna, Austrias capital, on the 15th.

It is reported that the parade took place on the first anniversary of the coming into power of the conservative Austrian Peoples Party and the right-wing Austrian Liberal Party Government coalition in 2017. Participants in the rally mainly protested the Austrian governments immigration policy, while demanding a reduction in working hours and the abolition of austerity measures. Affected by the protests, many streets in downtown Vienna were closed and public transport on the ground was seriously hampered. According to our estimates, there were 17,000 participants, a police spokesman said. The actual number of demonstrators exceeded the organizersexpectations. They had expected 10,000 people to participate. The participants were not only Vienna citizens, but also residents of other parts of Austria. The demonstrators told the satellite news agency, What annoys me most is the policy towards foreigners. Kurtz (Prime Minister of Austria) tried to close the border by adopting the policy of Orban (Prime Minister of Hungary) from the very beginning, and made many contemptuous remarks. I want to cancel what they have done so far. Source of this article: Global Times - Global Network. More exciting, please log on to the World Wide Web http://www.huanqiu.com responsible editor: Ji Guojie_NBJ11143

It is reported that the parade took place on the first anniversary of the coming into power of the conservative Austrian Peoples Party and the right-wing Austrian Liberal Party Government coalition in 2017. Participants in the rally mainly protested the Austrian governments immigration policy, while demanding a reduction in working hours and the abolition of austerity measures.

Affected by the protests, many streets in downtown Vienna were closed and public transport on the ground was seriously hampered.

According to our estimates, there were 17,000 participants, a police spokesman said. The actual number of demonstrators exceeded the organizersexpectations. They had expected 10,000 people to participate. The participants were not only Vienna citizens, but also residents of other parts of Austria.

The demonstrators told the satellite news agency, What annoys me most is the policy towards foreigners. Kurtz (Prime Minister of Austria) tried to close the border by adopting the policy of Orban (Prime Minister of Hungary) from the very beginning, and made many contemptuous remarks. I want to cancel what they have done so far.