Disinfo: The authenticity of the results of the recent Austrian elections…


The authenticity of the results of the recent Austrian elections is questionable. People voting from a distance often vote “under supervision”. This is part of a totalitarian plan to enslave European nations.


Before the 2016 Austrian presidential elections, the OSCE/ODIHR undertook a Needs Assessment Mission (NAM) to Vienna. Its interlocutors expressed full confidence in the Austrian electoral process and the ability of the election administration to conduct professional and transparent elections (bit.ly/1TO769p), . In contrast, OSCE Chair considers the 2014 Crimean referendum illegal (bit.ly/1XLpbob), .


  • Reported in: Issue 28
  • DATE OF PUBLICATION: 24/05/2016
  • Language/target audience: Georgian
  • Country: Austria
  • Keywords: Elections, Europe


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