Austria is covered by climate adhesive campaigns, meanwhile so is St. Pölten, the state capital of Lower Austria. Justice Minister is silent. He calls the state governor Johanna Mikkel-Littner (OVP) to the scene. Your Demand: Green politician Alma Zadić must finally act. The conditions have long been intolerable and hurt the least common-thinking people.
Regarding the recent traffic jams in St. Pölten, Mikkel-Littner says: “These brutal lawbreakers prevent their fellow human beings from going to work, they prevent parents who take their children to childcare or, worst of all, In case, want to take emergency workers who are trying to save lives. This is not all that normal.” With their deliberate provocation, these chaotic people cause anger, mindlessness and just more CO2 emissions by slowing traffic Are.”
At least normal people could nod their heads. The OVP politician literally said: “It is completely incomprehensible to a normal-thinking person that these radical anarchists do not want to understand that by their actions they generate disapproval rather than approval for our concerns”.
Now the Minister of Justice is “needed” because “after all there is a need for harsher punishment against these lawless people”. Alma Zadik “eventually has to be seen and acted upon”.
The fact that the ministers do nothing has concrete consequences: “Minister Zadik is responsible for ensuring that the majority of normal-thinking people are not ridiculed by these anarchists.”