Vaccination obligation: Kickl appeal to Van der Bellen not to sign

In the Bundesrat, Kickl also expects a majority for the law after the decision made in the National Council on January 20: “ÖVP and Greens will wave through the constitutional sin of the mandatory vaccination law in the Bundesrat with parts of the SPÖ and the NEOS as an appendage,” said him in a broadcast. The law cuts “without any evidence of the fundamental rights and freedoms of citizens, it is unconstitutional and not proportionate,” said the FPÖ chairman.

“If the Federal President puts his signature under it, he puts our country on the same level as authoritarian states such as Tajikistan and Turkmenistan, which have introduced general vaccination requirements,” said Kickl. In that case, “he would not qualify for another term”.

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