Former family minister Sophie Karmasin has been found guilty of anti-competitive agreements. Also: The decision on the party chairmanship of the SPÖ is made at an extraordinary party conference. There is all that and more at the Krone News with Tanja Pfaffeneder.
The former ÖVP family minister was found guilty on Tuesday at the Vienna Regional Court of a provision on anti-competitive agreements. However, she was acquitted of fraud allegations. Karmasin was given a conditional sentence of 15 months to three years in prison. The verdict is not final. You can see the Krone News from Monday to Friday from 5:45 p.m.!
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