Born and raised in Vienna, Sebastian Kurz quit his studies to concentrate on politics. For a time, he would serves as the world's youngest head of government.
Austria's Sebastian Kurz was a star of Austrian politics after serving both as the youngest foreign minister at 27 and chancellor at the age of 31. The conservative politician gained notoriety for anti-immigration policies at the height of the European refugee crisis in 2015. This is an automatic collection of DW content about Sebastian Kurz.
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The government of Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz is to face a vote of no confidence amid a scandal surrounding his far-right coalition partners. The main opposition party has urged its members to support the motion.
Austria's coalition government of conservatives and far-right parties has collapsed. The trigger was a video recorded in Ibiza in which Vice-Chancellor and Freedom Party leader Heinz-Christian Strache is seen promising lucrative government contracts to a woman they believe is a rich Russian. We find out what else was said in the video, apart from suggestions of government contracts.