Haselmayer on OMV: – “Don’t sell critical infrastructure”


The current crises show what happens when the vital infrastructure in our own country comes to a standstill: security of supply is at stake. The planned sale of OMV subsidiary Borealis is being viewed critically by many. “The Austrians don’t want the critical infrastructure in their own country to be sold abroad with a quick profit,” said Christoph Haselmayer of the Institute for Demoscopy and Data Analysis in a live conversation with Jana Pasching.

77 percent of people say the state should keep critical infrastructure in its own hands. It’s also about staying independent, Haselmayer says. According to the pollster, the Austrians are currently not satisfied with the control function of ÖBAG.

In the upcoming elections on Sunday, Christoph Haselmayer expects the “historically worst election result” for the ÖVP in Tyrol. Top candidate Anton Mattle was unable to adequately fulfill his role as crisis manager. You can see more exciting analysis in the video above.

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Source: Krone


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