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[国际瞭望] 2016-05-26&06-01 范德贝伦成功当选奥地利总统 成功阻止极右翼候选人上台

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[国际瞭望] 2016-05-26&06-01 范德贝伦成功当选奥地利总统 成功阻止极右翼候选人上台

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Austria On Brink Of Electing Far-Right Leader


Right-wing candidate Norbert Hofer and ex-Greens leader Alexander Van der Bellen are neck and neck, a projection suggests.

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新闻背景:

5月23日,在奥地利首都维也纳,亚历山大·范德贝伦当选后对媒体讲话。奥地利内政部长索博特卡23日宣布总统选举第二轮投票官方计票结果,前绿党领导人亚历山大·范德贝伦赢得约50.3%的选票,险胜右翼民粹主义政党奥地利自由党候选人诺贝特·霍费尔,当选新一届奥地利总统。

本届奥地利总统的换届选举,将迎来由右翼民粹主义政党“奥地利自由党”的候选人霍费尔,和前绿党领导人范德贝伦,两大黑马角逐总统宝座。这意味着,不管总统是谁,奥地利政治舞台上都注定一轮洗牌甚至转向。

在第一轮投票中,奥地利执政两党推出的两位候选人双双遭到淘汰,霍费尔的得票率领先范德贝伦两位数,占有绝对优势。法新社曾预期,霍费尔的优势或许很难被超越。

此前,一些欧洲媒体担心,若奥地利选出首位极右翼总统,产生的影响不会局限于奥地利国内。德国《北巴伐利亚信使报》称,奥地利的政权变化将对欧洲产生重大冲击。若右翼把持奥地利政坛,该国很可能紧随英国进行脱欧公投。

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[Homework]2016-05-26&06-01 范德贝伦成功当选奥地利总统 成功阻止极右翼候选人上台

Elections don'tcome much closer than this, a dead heat, a country poised waiting to see if itspolitics is about to take a dramatic turn to the right.
We have to wait until tomorrow. Yes, I'm happy if hewould be able to win.
Norbert Hofer is happy because he could now be thecountry's president, the candidate for the freedom party whose politics are farto the right of center has won half the vote, official figures suggest he'sjust got the edge on his only opponent, this man former green party leader, nowan independent candidate Alexander Van der Bellen.
What do you think the reaction in Europe will be if youwin tonight?
Well, let's see.
Voting close late on Sunday afternoon, postal ballotssome 900,000 of them will now decide the winner, but they'll take time tocount.
Mr Hofer's freedom party is nationalist, Euro skeptic,fiercely anti immigration, and certainly not part of the establishment, itssuccess has in large part been down to the migration crisis, Austria was at theheart of the * refugees and migrants across the continent last year. Mr Hofercampaigns successfully on the anti immigration ticket.
All those people who don't appreciate our country, thosewho for Islamic State, those who for war, those who rape women, I tell thesepeople, this is not your homeland, you can't remain in Austria.
Such success eliminated the centuries main stream partiesin the first round last month, it's the first time that happened since worldwar II, but his opponents believe he has simply a softly spoken facade for a dangerousnew Nazi party, in a country whose historical ties to the far right don't needrepeating, it's quite something to see banners like this, they hope their callfor modest voters to block Mr Hofer from office would have been heard.
But as he voted Mr Hofer rejected any suggestion offascism or racism, he says he is a man who just put Austrians first.
You have to take a look at me in one or two years, I have to work and then everybody will see I'm really okay, I'm not a dangerous person of course.
It's clear that voters are fed up with the main stream and that's a theme running through politics across much of Europe and America too right now.
We can make it clear to our government that they are going in a wrong direction, they are going round and round without a way out.
We've already had too many of those refugees, we should take care of our own people first, for example we have old people who can't even pay for their heating, and then we can take care of the others.
I think it's definitely going to be a close shave, but I hope that Alexander Van der Bellen will win, whoever wins their power as the country's president is largely ceremonial except they can't dismiss the cabinet, a victory though for Mr Hofer will have significance well beyond Austria, it'll resonate across the EU, half of this country has voted for a far right party, the parameters of politics in Europe are changing.
                                                   
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Elections don’t come much closer than this -- a dead heat, a country poised waiting to see if its politics was about to take a dramatic turn to the right.

“We have to wait until tomorrow. Yes, I’m happy, I’m happy, but I would be happier if we would be able to win.”

Norbert Hofer is happy because he could now be the country’s president. The candidate for the freedom party whose politics are far to the right of center has won half the vote. Official figures suggest he just got the edge on his only opponent -- this man, former Green Party leader, now independent candidate Alexander Van Der Bellen.

“What do you think the reaction in Europe will be if you won tonight?”

“Well, let’s see.”

Voting closed later on Sunday afternoon. Postal ballots some 900,000 of them will now decide the winner. But they’ll take time to count.

Mr. Hofer’s freedom party is nationalist, euro skeptic, fiercely anti immigration and certainly not part of this establishment. Its success has in large part been down to the migration crisis. Austria was at the heart of the flow of refugees and migrants across the continent last year. Mr. Hofer campaigns successfully on the anti-immigration ticket.

“All those people who don’t appreciate our country, those who are for Islamic State, those who are for war, those who rape women, I tell these people: this is not your homeland, you can’t remain in Austria.”

Such success eliminated the centuries’ mainstream parties in the first round last month. It’s the first time that happened since World War II. But his opponents believe he has simply a softly spoken façade for a dangerous new Nazi party. In a country whose historical ties to the far right don’t need repeating, it’s quite something to see banners like this. They hope their call for moderate voters to block Mr. Hofer from office would be heard. But as he voted, Mr. Hofer rejected any suggestion of fascism or racism. He says he is a man who just puts Austrians first.

“You have to take a look at me in one or two years. I have to work and then everybody will see I’m really Ok. I’m not a dangerous person of course.”

It’s clear that voters are fed up with the mainstream and that’s a theme running through politics across much of Europe and America too right now.

“He can make it clear to our government that they are going in a wrong direction. They are going round and round without a way out.”

“We’ve already have too many of those refugees. We should take care of our own people first. For example, we have old people who can’t even pay for their heating, and then we can take care of the others.”

“I think it’s definitely going to be a close shave. But I hope that Alexander Van Der Bellen will win.”

Whoever wins their power as the country’s president is largely ceremonial except that they can dismiss the cabinet. A victory though for Mr. Hofer would have significance well beyond Austria. It’ll resonate across the EU. Half of this country has voted for a far-right party. The parameters of politics in Europe are changing.

Mark Stone, Sky News,
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elections don't come much closer than this - a dead heat, a country poised
to waiting to see if politics was about to take a dramatic turn to the
right

"we have to wait until tomorrow, ..., yes, I'm happy, I am happy but, I
would be happier if we are able to win"

Norbert Hofer is happy because he could be now the country's president, the
candidate for the freedom party whose politics are far to the right of center
has one half of the vote, officials figures suggest he just got the edge on
his only opponent, this man, former green party leader, now independent
candidate Alexander Van Der Ballen.

"what do you think the reaction in Europe will be if you won tonight?"

"well, let's see"

voting closed later on sunday afternoon, postal ballots some 900,000 of them
will now decide the winner, they will take time to count.

Mr Hofer's freedom party is nationalist,euro skeptic, fiercely anit-
immigration and certainly not part of this establishment, its success has
in large part been down to the immigration crisis, Austria, was the heart
of the flow of the refugees and migrants across the continent last year,
Mr Hofer compaigns successfully on the anti-immigration ticket.

"the immigration..."

"all the people who don't appreciate our country, those who are for isalam
state, those are for war, those who rape woman, i tell these people, this
is not your homeland, you can't remain in Austria"

such success eliminate the centuries’s mainstream part in the first round
last month, it's the first time that happened since world war II, but his
opponent believe he is simply a soft lease spoken forside(??) for a
dangerous new Nazi party, In a country whose historical ties to the far
right don't need repeating, it's quite something to see banners like this,
they hope their call for moderate voters to block Mr Hofer from office
will be heard. but as he voted, Mr Hofer rejected any suggestion from
fascism or racism. he says he's a man who just put Austria in first.

"you have to take a look at me in one or two years, i have to work and then
anybody'll see that i'm really ok, i am not a dangerous person of course"

it's clear that voters are fed up with mainstream and that's theme running
through politics across much of europe and america too right now.

"..."

he can make it clear to our government that they are going in a wrong
direction, they are going round and round without a way out.

".."

we already have too many of those refugees, we should take care our own people
first, for example, we have old people who can't even pay for their heating
then we can take care the others.

".."

i think it's definely going to be a close shave, but i hope Alexander Van de
bella will win.

whoever win their power as the country's president is the largely celemonial
except that they can dimiss the cabinet, a victory though Mr hofer would have
significance well beyond Austria, it's resonate across E.U. half of this
country has voted for a far-right party, the parameter of politics of europe
are changing.
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