Mobile phones cause “destructive optics” – Vorarlberg

Mobile phones cause


Johannes Huber was a guest on “Vorarlberg Live” on Tuesday.
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Journalist and political blogger Johannes Huber was on “Vorarlberg Live” Tuesday and talked about the WKSTA investigation and the mobile phone gate surrounding LH Marcus Wallner.

WKStA has started preliminary proceedings against Governors Markus Wallner, Karlheinz Rudisser and Marko Titler. Allegations are the acknowledgment of advantage and the acknowledgment of advantage for the sake of effect. Information that Wallner’s tablet and cell phone had been removed was denied by the state. This is a “regular swap”. The data was also not deleted, Marcus Wallner confirmed in a press conference today.

Journalist and political blogger Johannes Huber spoke about this in “Vorarlberg Live” on Tuesday.

Greenery in difficult circumstances

The Vorarlberg Greens are in a difficult position. A lot is at stake. Journalist Johannes Huber is convinced of this. “If you had supported a no-confidence motion against Governor Marcus Wallner in the state parliament, you would have won your honor, but lost all power,” Huber said on Vorarlberg Live. “At the federal level, the Greens would have found themselves in almost a similar position if Sebastian Kurz had refused to resign in the fall.” As is well known, the chancellor at the time preferred to resign voluntarily rather than vote again.

According to Huber, the fact that Wallner apparently tried to put away his cell phone created a frightening picture. And if it was just a regular exchange: in the context of a scandal that has been raging for some time, the governor’s office should have avoided such exchanges.

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Johannes Huber on the Personnel Shift in the Federal Government

Chancellor Karl Nehmer (ÖVP) uses the resignations of Margaret Schrambock (Business) and Elizabeth Koestinger (Agriculture) for a major reorganization in the government. He transfers the economy to the Minister of Labor, Martin Kocher – and he brings in three new people to the team: Norbert Totsnig, a Tyrolean, the director of the farmers union, becomes the Minister of Agriculture. There will be a cut in the economic department, but there are two new secretaries of state.

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