Austria’s Sebastian Kurz: from wonder child to ousted leader

One and a half years later, he himself has been forced from office over a scandal that already brought down his government and now finds himself the holder of some less positive records. 

He becomes the country’s shortest-serving chancellor, as well as the first in Austria’s post-war history to be removed in a no-confidence vote.

But despite this setback, Kurz is currently in a strong position to profit from snap elections which have been called due to the crisis and are expected in the autumn. 

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