There is no longer a wanderer between the political worlds for the FPÖ. Calling them controversial would be an understatement.
Video conferencing also has its own advantages. The participants do not all have to gather at the same place, they save time by eliminating travel routes and mostly tighter conversations. If you’re technically up to date. With Ursula Stenzel, this must be considered unsecured.
At one point, in the virtual meetings of the Vienna City Senate led by Mayor Michael Ludwig, no sound was heard from her, then her picture could not be seen, and then again there were total interruptions during the transmission. Whether that accelerated the decision of the city councilor who was not in office – jobs like this are a Viennese specialty – to no longer stand for the FPÖ in the Vienna election on October 11? Certainly not slowed down.