Austrian chancellor proposes far-right interior minister be sacked

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May 20, 2019 20:13
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Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz proposed on Monday that far-right Interior Minister Herbert Kickl be sacked in the wake of a scandal that forced the leader of Kickl's Freedom Party to step down.


Kurz told reporters he was making the proposal to Austria's president, who has the power to dismiss ministers. 

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