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It is of course also clear that the family comes first today.

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In the Schwechat cadastral community of Kledering (Bruck a.d. Leitha district), a 56-year-old is said to have stabbed his wife with a knife on Wednesday night. The 55-year-old died in the morning in a Vienna hospital, said police spokesman Raimund Schwaigerlehner. The Korneuburg public prosecutor ordered an autopsy of the body.

The suspect is also said to have inflicted injuries to himself with the knife. As the executive announced, the 56-year-old should still be questioned on Wednesday evening. The State Criminal Police Office of Lower Austria took over the investigation.

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The former Austrian soccer team boss Alfred Riedl is dead. The Viennese died on Tuesday night at the age of 70, as the “Kurier” reported on its website and the APA’s ÖFB confirmed. Riedl acted as national coach from October 31, 1990 to October 9, 1991, in eight international matches under his leadership there was one win, three draws and four defeats.

After leaving the ÖFB, Riedl still worked in Austria for the Favoritner AC and Oberwart before he made a name for himself far away from home. Initially, Riedl was involved with Olympique Khouribga in Morocco and with Al Zamalek in Egypt, further positions included the national associations of Iran (as sports director) and Liechtenstein, Vietnam, Palestine, Laos and Indonesia (both as team boss).

Popular in Southeast Asia

Riedl was particularly popular in Southeast Asia. “If I went to Vietnam today, people would still recognize me.essay helper free They yell after you, it’s the same in Indonesia, you can’t go out on the streets normally,” said Riedl, who was one of a Vietnamese in 2007 Kidney had been donated to the APA last March.

Two times champion in Austria

As a player, he was twice champion with Austria (1969, 1970) and once cup winner (1971), another cup victory was achieved with the GAK (1981). In between, Riedl stormed for St. Truiden, Royal Antwerp and Standard Lüttich, and in 1975, as an Antwerp professional, he secured the “bronze shoe” for the third best scorer in Europe. The fact that Riedl only made four international matches was also due to the high-class attacking competition with Hans Krankl, Walter Schachner, Kurt Welzl and Franz Oberacher.

Since leaving as Indonesian team boss in 2016, Riedl has not worked as a trainer. “I’m not the ambitious man who says he still wants to sit on the bench at 75. That wouldn’t be fun at all. I prefer to play golf when I’m fine and enjoy life while I am goes “, said Riedl last March and also admitted at the time that his health was” not so good “.

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The education sector remains a “construction site in integration.” This was stated by the chairwoman of the integration expert council Katharina Pabel at the presentation of the integration report 2020 on Tuesday morning. Two thirds of children with a migration background did not achieve the educational standards in reading, which is alarming.

This is also due to the now very high number of children with non-German colloquial language. In compulsory schools this has recently risen to 26 percent, in Vienna even to over 50 percent. Among other things, Pabel advocates a compulsory second year of kindergarten. Integration Minister

Susanne Raab

(ÖVP) sees the summer schools and parenting courses held for the first time this year as an important step on which they want to build further.

Expand the role of mothers as integration engines

The head of department also wants to expand the role of mothers as integration engines. This will also require a higher labor force participation. Of those women who have come to Austria since the great wave of refugees five years ago, only eleven percent have gained a foothold in the labor market. Statistics Austria boss Tobias Thomas also sees this in connection with a lower level of education.

Focus on volunteering too

Raab’s vision of better coexistence also sees volunteering as a “pillar of integration”. If immigrants volunteer, it is worth a lot, it brings contact with the “majority population” and improves language skills.

Pabel pointed out that devaluing attitudes towards women, other religions and homosexuals tended to be more common among immigrants. That cannot be changed in the short term, as it is passed on within families, for example. The most effective antidote is an increased interaction between people with and without a migration background, for example in clubs, in order to develop a sense of togetherness.

Fight against parallel societies

The Expert Council should work out specific proposals. This also applies to the fight against parallel societies, which the Minister of Integration has called out once more, as she already sees hot spots, especially in Vienna. Illegal migration must also be fought resolutely, since integration also depends to a large extent on the number of newcomers to society.

As for the increase in immigration over the past decade, Thomas emphasized that this had taken place in all groups, that is, from the “old” EU countries as well as from the accession countries, Turkey, Syria, Afghanistan and Iraq. The trend is stronger in the latter group, but overall it still only makes up 1.4 percent of the population living in Austria.

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The SPÖ and the Freedom Party are outraged by a statement by Vice Chancellor

Werner Kogler

(Greens) on the reaction of some municipalities to the Corona traffic light. He had said in the “Kleine Zeitung”: “The federal government cannot allow itself to be prevented from taking the necessary steps just because there are disoriented mayors somewhere who do not know the legal situation.”

For SPÖ federal manager Christian Deutsch, Kogler has defamed the local politicians concerned. “The mayors take responsibility for the citizens every day and are important partners in the fight against the Corona crisis,” he replied in a broadcast. The fact that Kogler portrayed elected representatives as disoriented borders on “undemocratic behavior that is unworthy of a Vice Chancellor”.

“Bottomless Affront”

FPÖ General Secretary Michael Schnedlitz was no less angry. “If this black-green government and its vice-chancellor fail to bring decent laws through parliament, they shouldn’t be surprised if there are so many criticisms,” he said. The statement that was also made that possible constitutional errors by “upper moralists” should be identified is “a bottomless affront to the Constitutional Court” (VfGH).

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The one that has been in force in Austria since May

No smoking in cars

, If there are children or adolescents in it, from June 1st, non-compliance can now be punished with a mandate of 50 euros.

The ban on smoking when minors are traveling applies with the exception of taxis. According to the Ministry of Health, checks and warnings were still planned in the first month.

The executive is responsible for monitoring compliance with the prohibition. At the beginning of May, the Ministry of Health sent a decree to all authorities involved, calling on the responsible district administrative authorities to create the conditions for the collection of organ penal orders. The executive should be empowered to collect an organ sanction of at least 50 euros. A board mandate of this amount is also due, for example, if drivers violate the ban on cell phones at the wheel.

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The one that has been in force in Austria since May

No smoking in cars

, If there are children or adolescents in it, from June 1st, non-compliance can now be punished with a mandate of 50 euros.

The ban on smoking when minors are traveling applies with the exception of taxis. According to the Ministry of Health, checks and warnings were still planned in the first month.

The executive is responsible for monitoring compliance with the prohibition. At the beginning of May, the Ministry of Health sent a decree to all authorities involved, calling on the responsible district administrative authorities to create the conditions for the collection of organ penal orders. The executive should be empowered to collect an organ sanction of at least 50 euros. A board mandate of this amount is also due, for example, if drivers violate the ban on cell phones at the wheel.

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Heinz-Christian Strache

is in front of a political shambles after the Ibiza video and the exclusion from the FPÖ. Can he make his comeback in the Vienna election? Is he still credible, especially for his previous voters? A guest commentary by Thomas W. Albrecht.

About the guest author Thomas Wilhelm Albrecht is an internationally renowned speaker and life coach for rhetoric Communication. He developed a special view of the art of speech as an expression of culture and values. In his book “The Rhetoric of Sebastian Kurz | What is behind it?” he describes the power of language, body movement and emotion. He is often booked to accompany people and organizations in solving communicative challenges in change processes. More information at

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This analysis is also an abbreviated excerpt from my new book with the title “Battle rhetoric – How we are influenced against our will and what we can do about it”, published at the end of October 2020. You can find more information

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Emotionality without punctuation

Let us first consider the overall impression Strache makes in this speech. His posture is upright, but he always sways from one leg to the other. This vacillation distracts and weakens his statements. As usual, he speaks loudly and clearly, his language is easy to understand, but without punctuation, in a flow. It is hard to tell when a sentence begins and when it ends. Strache wears a brown-dark green suit with a tie, his jacket always closed. His watch peeks out from under the left sleeve, it should be a luxury model.