On April 24, the first round of elections was held for a new Austrian President. The position is subordinate to the Austrian Chancellor but had still been controlled by the two mainstream parties in Austria for decades. Surprisingly, the two traditionally dominant parties only received 22% of the vote, with the May second round to be contested by two previously minority parties: the right wing Freedom Party (which dominated with one-third of the vote) and a Greens candidate.
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