See the article in its original context from February 20,Vienna dating scene 1, Page 12 Buy Reprints View on timesmachine TimesMachine is an exclusive benefit for home delivery and digital subscribers. Unbowed by the rain, more thanpeople gathered in central Vienna today to protest the formation of a government that includes the anti-immigration Freedom Party of Jorg Haider.
To the sound of drums and whistles, beneath banners saying ''Resistance'' and ''No to Racism,'' they marched through the streets before assembling in the vast Heldenplatz, scene of Hitler's first speech to the Austrians after the widely supported Nazi invasion of Hitler's face, or caricatures of it, were vienna dating scene in evidence on the banners denouncing Mr.
Haider, who has occasionally praised aspects of the Third Reich but has also denounced the regime as ''barbaric. Attended by artists and intellectuals from throughout Europe, it appeared to draw from vienna dating scene very broad swath of Austrian society, including state employees, factory workers, professionals and students.
Haider himself. Haider produced no evidence to support his allegation.
The formation vienna dating scene a government made up of the Freedom Party and the conservative People's Party of Wolfgang Schussel has provoked outrage in Europe because it has appeared to legitimize the far right. Several countries, including Belgium, Italy and France, face the problem of how to deal with far-right parties and are deeply concerned that Mr.
Haider's inclusion in government could make it more difficult to stop alliances of mainstream conservatives and extremists. Austria's 14 partners in the European Union have downgraded diplomatic relations with Vienna in what amounts to an unprecedented intrusion in the political affairs of a member state. Several demonstrators said that while it was a good thing for Austria's long-blocked democracy to have a change after three decades of government by a coalition of Social Democrats and conservatives, this particular change was abhorrent.
Several Austrian artists and actors were also present. Many demonstrators were young, and it seemed clear that the arrival of Mr.
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Haider's party in power has abruptly politicized what had been a largely apolitical Austrian youth. The government has vowed to cut the public sector, deregulate Austria's highly bureaucratic economy, promote capital markets and generally bring something resembling a Thatcherite revolution to Austria.
Those economic aims podcast flirten provoked almost as much alarm among Austrians as Mr. Haider's anti-immigrant or revisionist declarations.
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Several banners said, ''No to social cutbacks,'' and a large labor union presence was evident. Anna-Maria Maio, a lawyer, said the Freedom Party justice minister, Michael Kruger, aimed to cut jobs in the justice department and courts throughout Austria. Maio added that she was married to an Italian in the Tyrol area of Austria and had frequently encountered racism, although the situation had improved in recent years.
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Haider stirs up racism in this country,'' she said. Posters for Mr. Haider's last election campaign showed fair-haired girls as emblems of the threatened essence of the country, while others in Vienna appeared to equate black people with drug dealers.
Schussel, the chancellor, dismissed the importance of the demonstration.