The government easily survived the SPO’s no-confidence motion in the National Council. On Wednesday afternoon neither the coalition nor NEOS supported the Social Democrats’ request, who were only able to persuade the FPÖ. The application was justified by SPO Mandatory Moss January craner With “complete failure” in the inflation crisis. For his part, Chancellor Karl Nehmer (ÖVP) said the country’s “toxic bad speech” was not helping the people.
The discussion was divided into two debates, one on the “current Europe hour”, which was once again dominated by domestic politics, and one on federal accounts. The arguments were similar.
SPÖ mandate Jörg Leichtfried accused the government of making policies “for the big people”, while those who could not heat in winter suffered. craner Called it “inexcusable” that the government did not intervene in prices. Julia Herr, vice president of the SP Club, was angry that the government was acting like a lifesaver in view of the drowning people.
Nehmer replied to the SPO that three big packages had been put together to bail out people from the crisis. The result is that there are more employees than ever before. Moreover, the inflation trend is declining, which almost all SP speakers dismissed in the context of the rise in inflation in August. Nehmer, as well as green budget spokesman Jakob Schwarz, emphasized that they have indeed intervened in prices – namely with the electricity price cap and the excess profits tax.