Austrians trust the judiciary. At least that’s how it used to be. But the turbulence of the Alma Zadic era shook this trust. This is shown by the results of a Eurobarometer survey commissioned by the European Commission.
Three out of four Austrians said in the recent past that they trust the judiciary. And now the shock: In the last survey, it was only 65 percent. Conversely, 31 percent said they tend not to trust the judiciary.
Even that will not increase trust: As Minister of Justice Alma Zadic announced at the conference, between 2018 and 2020 18,292 unaccompanied children disappeared in Europe. The situation in Austria in the previous year was particularly dramatic: Of the 5,768 minors who applied for asylum in 2021, 4,489 disappeared without a trace. That’s more than three quarters! – eXXpress reported.
Above all, the Zadic era is overshadowed by a complete report by a group of four scientists that confirms the massive allegations against the minister’s doctoral thesis. The eXXpress published HERE all 44 pages for you to read. So far, the minister has tried to “dive through”.