Austrian Chancellor Alexander Schallenberg has resigned from his post less than two months after taking office. pic.twitter.com/cNKhlAG9vT
— DW News (@dwnews) December 2, 2021
Austria had hoped to become the first country in Europe to make COVID-19 vaccines mandatory by law on February 1.
That’ll learn him.
Austria’s former chancellor Sebastian Kurz announced on Thursday he is retiring from politics. Kurz told reporters in Vienna that the recent birth of his first child had motivated him to take the step. The 35-year-old stepped down as Austria’s leader two months ago amid ongoing corruption allegations.
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