Burgenland’s governor Hans Peter Doskozil (SPÖ) and the red federal party leader Pamela Rendi-Wagner are once again in a clinch. The trigger is a survey by the SPÖ Burgenland. This showed that the Social Democrats would do far better in a National Council election with Doskozil at the top than with Rendi-Wagner. The ÖVP reacts to this with a certain amount of malice. “Rendi-Wagner has apparently long since relinquished command of her party and is now just a passenger,” said General Secretary Christian Stocker.

During his comeback interview in the “Krone” on Sunday, Doskozil had called for a clearer asylum policy than his party leader Rendi-Wagner is currently offering. With a survey of how the SPÖ would do in a National Council election with him as the top candidate, the governor with his red state organization went one step further. Survey: SPÖ with Doskozil nationwide at 32 percent In the survey by pollster Peter Hajek, the SPÖ is below Doskozil nationwide at 32, under Rendi-Wagner at 27 percent. With the governor as the Social Democrat candidate for chancellor, the ÖVP would drop from 22 to 20 percent compared to Rendi-Wagner, the FPÖ from 25 to 21 and causes increasing confusion among the population and distrust of politics. The head of the SPÖ in Burgenland saws the chair of his own federal party chair as clearly as never before. The result of the escalation: The SPÖ is hardly able to act anymore,” wrote ÖVP General Secretary Christian Stocker in a broadcast on Tuesday. Instead of fulfilling its responsibility towards the people and getting involved in overcoming the crisis, according to Stocker, the social democracy only deals with itself “That also explains why the SPÖ hasn’t had any constructive ideas for months,” explains Stocker. “The 2024 elections will take place, even though the Social Democrats are apparently already in the internal party election campaign. Because Doskozil and his confidants are currently trying once again to take power in the SPÖ federal party headquarters in order to run for the chancellorship in the next election.”

Source: krone

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