divendres, 21 d’abril del 2017


On 13th and 14th of April, I had the privilege of accompanying the delegation of the Austrian FPÖ in what was part of their South American tour in Santiago de Chile. There I was able to verify, together with my Chilean friend Fernando Saieh, how a political party of this nature is able to advance in its avant-garde proposals beyond its own borders, standing out its organizational capacity and eloquence in its political message.

This delegation led by the former Third President of the Austrian Parliament and South American political expert Martin Graf was also composed of MEP Georg Mayer; By the member of the Austrian National Parliament, Axel Kassegger; The councilor of Graz, Armin Sippel; The managing doctor of the hospital of Graz, Sandro Eustacchio and; The general secretary of the FPÖ in the European Parliament, Dietmar Holzfeind.
During their visit to Chile, the members of the FPÖ, who came to visit Argentina, held important meetings, among them the visit to the headquarters of one of the largest political parties in Chile as the National Renewal, and whose candidate, former President Piñera will probably the next president of Chile.

He also highlighted the visit to the mayor of Santiago de Chile, Felipe Alessandri, who received them in the Municipal Palace of the most important mayoralty of this country, particularly the cordiality of the national authority with the Austrian delegation.
Finally, in the former National Congress, which hosts parliamentary work in the capital of Chile, they had the opportunity to be received by the senators of the Chilean center-right, Hernán Larraín and Francisco Chahuán, a meeting in which the FPÖ was very interested in Establish ties in South America, as well as in the continentalization dynamics of the zone, and its two main axes: Mercosur and the Alliance of the Pacific.
As they have already demonstrated in Europe, in South America. FPÖ has made clear that they are the vanguard, in thought and action, of the European nationalist parties.
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