Werner Kogler (R), leader of the Austrian Green party, gestures to delegates during their party's congress on January 4, 2020 in Salzburg. The delegates of the Greens voted on Austria's first coalition between conservatives (OeVP) and Greens. The two disparate parties have agreed to govern in what Greens leader Werner Kogler called a "gamble" after key election gains in September 2019. Their alliance means People's Party (OeVP) leader Sebastian Kurz, 33, returns as chancellor after his previous coalition with the far-right broke apart earlier this year owing to a corruption scandal. It marks the first time the Greens enter government on a national level though the OeVP holds on to controversial anti-immigration measures that have deeply divided Austrians. - Austria OUT
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Werner Kogler (R), leader of the Austrian Green party, gestures to delegates during their party's congress in Salzburg as they enter government for the first time, however later the country was targetShow more

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