After the Tyrolean state elections, party funding will be redistributed. The wallet for the ÖVP and the Greens is getting thinner. The SPÖ remains about the same. FPÖ, List Fritz and NEOS get a larger “Börserl”. For the rest there is a one-time “pocket money”.
The “money cake” is almost 39 million euros, which the Tyrolean parties will be able to enjoy for the next five years thanks to the financing of the state party – if there is no early re-election – as the “Tiroler Krone” reported in the run-up to the state elections. As a reminder: there is 14.49 euros per person entitled to vote. Multiplied by the 535,112 Tyroleans called to the polls, that is exactly 7,753,772.88 euros per year.
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