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  1. The Austrian People's Party (German: Österreichische Volkspartei [ˈøːstəraɪçɪʃə fɔlksparˈtaɪ], ÖVP [øːfaʊˈpeː]) is a Christian-democratic and liberal-conservative political party in Austria. Since December 2021, the party has been led provisionally by Karl Nehammer.

  2. Desde la restauración del sistema político austríaco, el ÖVP ha sido continuamente uno de los dos partidos más votados, tanto en la Asamblea Federal como en los distritos de Salzburgo, Estiria, Tirol, Vorarlberg, Baja Austria y Alta Austria, de corte marcadamente rural y conservador.

    • August Wöginger
    • Karl Nehammer
    • Axel Melchior
  3. Close. Since December 2021, the party has been led provisionally by Karl Nehammer. It is currently the largest party in the National Council, with 71 of the 183 seats, and won 37.5% of votes cast in the 2019 legislative election. It holds seats in all nine state legislatures, and is part of government in seven, of which it leads six.

  4. role in Austria. In Austria: Political process. The centre-right Austrian People’s Party (Österreichische Volkspartei; ÖVP), which describes itself as a “progressive centre party,” is the successor of the Christian Social Party founded in the 1890s.

  5. This article lists political parties in Austria. Austria has a multi-party system. Of the over 1,100 registered political parties, [1] only few are known to the larger public. Since the 1980s, four parties have consistently received enough votes to get seats in the national parliament.

  6. The European People's Party (EPP) is a European political party with Christian-democratic, liberal-conservative, and conservative member parties. A transnational organisation, it is composed of other political parties.