World Bulletin / News Desk
Austria's People's Party (OVP) on Sunday appointed Foreign Minister Sebastian Kurz as its new head.
At the news conference, Kurz called for a snap election in fall while the OVP is the junior party in the coalition government.
He was elected after Reinhold Mitterlehner resigned Tuesday from his posts as deputy prime minister and head of the party.
Kurz, 30, was the chairman of the youth branch of the OVP in 2009 before he became a member of Vienna's city council in 2010.
He was appointed State Secretary for Integration in 2011, then foreign minister after he was elected as a member of parliament in the 2013 general election.
Erdogan won another five years in office in Sunday's vote and immediately pledged to implement changes that boost his authority, which opponents fear will give him autocratic powers.
American Muslim opinion leaders said Erdogan's success meant a lot for the Muslims living around the globe.
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Conservative bill was widely expected to fail in the chamber