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1.9.16

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29/8/2016- The far right is ahead in Austria's presidential race,
according to opinion polls which predict a win for the anti-immigration
candidate that would be a watershed for populists across Europe who have
capitalized on the migration crisis. Ahead of the Oct. 2 election, the
Freedom Party's (FPO) Norbert Hofer is just ahead of his independent
rival, Alexander Van der Bellen, who narrowly beat Hofer in a previous
run-off vote in May that was annulled. Concerns about security and
national identity as well as dissatisfaction with traditional, more
centrist parties, have fueled support for the FPO as well as the Front
National in France and the far-right party Alternative for Germany
(AfD).


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