Consequently, there are no precise guidelines within the church on how to deal with such hunting invitations.

Consequently, there are no precise guidelines within the church on how to deal with such hunting invitations.

Consequently, there are no precise guidelines within the church on how to deal with such hunting invitations. “There are no church rules on this, but state regulations that must be complied with,” says Cardinal Christoph Schönborn’s spokesman. How a clergyman deals with the hunt is ultimately his personal decision.

For Bishop Schwarz himself, “the respectful and gracious handling of game and the practice of hunting, both ethical and moral, must be brought into harmony with the Christian faith”. However, he does not want to provide any information on the hit lists, as these would be “subject to data protection”.

The church interim leadership in Klagenfurt is also keeping a low profile on the invitations to the hunt: questions about this are “also the subject of the current apostolic visitation”.

Archbishop Franz Lackner, who, as papal visitor, is taking another close look at the Black era in Carinthia, is also silent on the details. “But everything from the last ten years is included in the investigation and is checked with confidence,” says Lackner’s spokeswoman Heidi Zikulnig.

So it means to wait for the visitation report, which should be available by Easter. Or to the public prosecutor’s office in Graz, which is already investigating the bishop and his confidante Andrea E. on account of other allegations and is constantly requesting new documents. The question remains whether the passionate hunter Alois Schwarz is now also in the investigators’ sights because of his hunting invitations.

This article originally appeared in the print edition 9/2019

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A mandate is still moving back and forth between the ÖVP and the Greens. Should it ultimately end up with the People’s Party, there will also be a well-known new face in Brussels, namely that of ex-Justice Minister Beatrix Karl.123 essay In any case, the former Salzburg city councilor Claudia Schmidt, who was sent into the race by the so-called “West Axis” of the ÖVP, is new to the People’s Party.

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Freund is the only newcomer to the SPÖ. He replaces Hannes Swoboda, who has retired into political retirement.

Three newcomers to the FPÖ

The FPÖ has three newcomers to offer. In addition to Franz Obermayer, Vilimsky, the club chairman in the Styrian state parliament Georg Mayer and the Viennese councilor Barbara Kappel will be represented in Brussels. Andreas Mölzer is no longer part of the election campaign after his failure.

Lunacek, Reimon and Vana for the Greens

For the Greens, alongside Ulrike Lunacek, Michel Reimon from Burgenland and the Viennese councilor Monika Vana are likely to join the European Parliament – unless Madeleine Petrovic’s preferential vote campaign was successful. You don’t know until Tuesday at the earliest. There were also various candidates in the ÖVP, such as the former ÖAAB General Secretary Lukas Mandl, who tried to vote with preference.

Mlinar remains without a NEOS colleague

Ultimately, only one mandate remained for NEOS, which went to Mlinar. Say goodbye to the two former colleagues of Hans-Peter Martin. Neither Martin Ehrenhauser with “Europa anders” nor Angelika Werthmann with the BZÖ could get a mandate. Ewald Stadler’s candidacy with the REKOS was not crowned with success either. He entered the European Parliament via the BZÖ’s list.

ÖVP 6 mandates currently / 5 – 6 mandates in the future

Farewell: Hubert Pirker, in the EU Parliament since November 11, 1996, with interruptions Richard Seeber, since July 20, 2004

Future team: Othmar Karas (Member of the EU since July 20, 1999) Elisabeth Köstinger (Member of the EU since July 14, 2009) Paul Rübig (Member of the EU since January 25, 1996) Claudia Schmidt (former Salzburg City Councilor) Heinz Becker (EU- Published since April 1st, 2011) Beatrix Karl (ex-Justice Minister and member of the National Council)

SPÖ 5 seats currently / 5 seats in the future

Farewell: Hannes Swoboda, since 11.11.1996

Future team: Eugen Freund (former ORF journalist) Evelyn Regner (EU member since July 14, 2009) Jörg Leichtfried (EU member since July 20, 2004) Karin Kadenbach (EU member since July 14, 2009) Josef Weidenholzer ( EU issue since December 1st, 2011)

FPÖ 2 mandates currently / 4 mandates in the future

Farewell: Andreas Mölzer, since July 20th, 2004

Future team: Harald Vilimsky (FPÖ General Secretary, NR-Dep.) Franz Obermayr (EU-Dep. since July 14, 2009) Georg Mayer (Klubobmann Landtag Styria) Barbara Kappel (City Councilor Vienna)

GREEN 2 mandates currently / 2-3 mandates in the future

Farewell: Eva Lichtenberger, since July 20, 2004

future team: Ulrike Lunacek (EU member since July 14, 2009) Michel Reimon (former member of the Burgenland state parliament) Monika Vana (City Councilor Vienna)

NEOS – new: 1 mandate

Angelika Mlinar (NR.)

BZÖ 1 mandate / no longer represented in future.

Farewell: Ewald Stadler (now REKOS – EU member since December 7, 2011)

MARTIN 3 mandates currently / no longer candidates

Farewell: Martin Hans-Peter, since July 20, 1999 (from 2004 Martin list, previously SPÖ) Martin Ehrenhauser (now Europa Anders – EU member since July 14, 2009) Angelika Werthmann (now BZÖ – EU member since July 14, 2009 )

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I am happy for Eugen Freund! Now he has received a highly paid pension from the SPÖ, although he is not a member there, and many unemployed SPÖ members will envy him.

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The new ÖVP boss Michael Spindelegger has protected his new integration state secretary, the 24-year-old Sebastian Kurz, from criticism. “Let’s give a young person a chance,” said Spindelegger in.

The entrustment of Sebastian Kurz with the delicate integration state secretariat is not “training on the job”, as it was put forward by senior citizens’ union chairman Andreas Khol, because so far nobody has looked after the issue of integration as a separate member of the government, according to Spindelegger.

Sebastian Kurz is controversial, “but that doesn’t matter, he’ll do his job,” the new strong man in the ÖVP is convinced. In short, I speak the language of the young people and will develop ideas “how one can get other young people with a migration background to take a step forward and be ready for integration.”

Mikl-Leitner has to “keep the line” Spindelegger expects the new Interior Minister Mikl-Leitner to continue the course taken by her predecessor Fekter. Mikl-Leitner will have the task of “keeping the line” and “taking action against organized crime”. This requires a “clear, tough message to anyone who violates the law.” The fact that parallel societies are opening up in Vienna will not be tolerated, said Spindelegger. As a signal to FPÖ voters, he does not want the personnel decision on Ö1 to be understood.

Regarding the decision to appoint the previous Minister of Science, Beatrix Karl, as the new Minister of Justice, Spindelegger said: “She is the right person to help calm down.” Karl has the prerequisites for this, is competent and does not come from the judicial system, “which is probably an advantage in this situation.”

No Chancellor ambitions yet. Spindelegger expects the previous Minister of the Interior and now Finance Minister, Maria Fekter, “to take very good care of the Austrian taxpayers’ money”. Maria Fekter is an excellent personality who leads an office with great consistency.

Spindelegger does not want to spread his chancellor ambitions in public yet: “It would be ridiculous if I were to claim to be chancellor in third place in the opinion polls. I now want to show that we can achieve something, then my next announcements will come. ”

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Wed., Apr. 20, 2011 11:07 am

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Young = boy choose me?!?! For Spindelegger, a State Secretariat is obviously an exercise playground. This position is classified as meaningless from the start by such an occupation. Spindelegger destroys tax money through Kurz’s salary. It’s not his money. Now do some image advertising and then the holidays will be there anyway. One question at the end: Why does Erwin Pröll not de facto take over the party?

Wed., Apr. 20, 2011 11:16 am

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Re: Young = Young choose me?!?! Sebastian and the new team deserve another FAIRE CHANCE!

rams_at Wed., Apr. 20, 2011 10:59 am

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Bravo! Finally ! What do you want ? The Burli knows its way around the kiss-kiss and cocktail scene … he’ll definitely pull the cart out of the dirt and get his little fingers dirty for the well-behaved people …. No, no, I’m not afraid at all. … my God and the ridiculous salary of how much? 10, 20 thousand EUR per month … has certainly earned it ….. with this experience ….!

Wed., Apr. 20, 2011 11:15 am

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Re: Sebastian has done a great job in all of his positions so far! Instead of cheating on him, give him a FAIRE CHANCE!

mfp7764 Wed., Apr. 20, 2011 12:02 pm

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Re: Bravo! Finally ! you can fold your sebastian leiber austrian30 up small and put it where you want.

Wed., Apr. 20, 2011 12:13 pm

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Re: Bravo! Finally ! he only gets 14,000 a month

Wed., Apr. 20, 2011 12:28 pm

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Re: Bravo! Finally ! When does this gentleman come to study ?????????? Has anyone really considered or questioned this?

Vienna_1190 Wed., Apr. 20, 2011 1:48 p.m.

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Re: Bravo! Finally ! A doctorate in Moscow costs ~ 20,000 ?? -> not even 2 months work for him;)

Vienna_1190 Wed., Apr. 20, 2011 10:33 am

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He shouldn’t get used to this salary, because in one or two years at the latest he will resign and leave a pile of broken glass. Nothing against himself, but a certain steadfastness should be able to present such a controversial topic. Even if he had grown up in Africa, at 24 he would not have enough life experience to deal with this topic – in my opinion!

Wed., Apr. 20, 2011 10:51 am

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Re: He shouldn’t get used to this salary, by the time he leaves the pile of broken pieces you have proclaimed in a year or two, his pockets will be so full that he can comfortably live the rest of his life from it without doing anything else to do!

Vienna_1190 Wed., Apr. 20, 2011 11:15 am

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Re: He shouldn’t get used to this salary, and as with any other politician;) Now Strache is already being shot at with “school leavers”; D …. you can see how hopeless the “cart is in the dirt”

Wed., Apr. 20, 2011 12:31 pm

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Re: He shouldn’t get used to this salary, what is experience in our ministerial post. You keep switching from one department to another. The only thing you MAY have is life experience – and that is not certain! But you certainly have one experience – your wallet grows !!

Ivoir Wed., Apr. 20, 2011 10:05 am

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Will the ÖVP succeed in turning things around with the new team? Most certainly! but in which direction do they take the turn is the question?

Wed., Apr. 20, 2011 9:38 am

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So in short, the training and further education what this gentleman has, since what can be expected of him in the government. the tennis players will have their fun with mr Kurz because he has a tennis trainer training in his resume as a further education. it is actually his training and further education at its finest, two-day participation in the forum alpbach. I would not be surprised if this party does not get 10% of the vote in the next election. They force the voters into the arms of Strache, thanks to the red-black-green politicians.

S / A / R Wed., Apr. 20, 2011 2:04 p.m.

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Re: in a nutshell, Herr Obersklave, you don’t need to use any stupid approaches of other politicians to propagate your blue recognition. Your auxiliary broker (your leader) from the 10th is just as level as this action by Black!

Wed., Apr. 20, 2011 9:34 am

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There’s only one thing to say about that. If only Mr Spindelegger could tell me what serious politics a greenhorn should do at the age of 24, if he has not yet seen anything of the world except mum’s skirt and “hotel mum”. How thin does the staffing of the ÖVP have to be, if you turn such people into state secretaries with almost a ministerial salary?

mfp7764 Wed., Apr. 20, 2011 12:33 pm

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Re: THERE IS ONLY ONE MAY TO SAY. YOU SAID IT

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Carinthia’s ex-bishop Alois Schwarz

invited celebrities from politics, business and culture to hunt for free for years. As a result, the diocese lost substantial income – which is now also the subject of the papal visitation in Carinthia. News is the invitation list

Explosive developments in the

Causa Alois Schwarz

: The former Carinthian and, since July of the previous year, Lower Austrian bishop is not only controversial because of his personal lifestyle and management style, but also because of his economic decisions and conduct.

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