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This was reported by DPA.
As chairman of the right-wing Austrian Freedom Party, his party received a donation of 10,000 euros from the head of a hospital in Vienna.

He turned out to be a friend of Strache, who is accused of bribery in exchange for lobbying his personal interests in parliament - supporting changes to the law.

Both Strache and his doctor friend deny the allegations.

The trial in this case will begin on Tuesday in the Vienna District Court. It will last for four days.
It will be recalled that Heinz-Christian Strache held the position of Vice Chancellor of Austria from December 2017 to May 2019.

Strache left the post of chairman of the Austrian Freedom Party after the release of a scandalous video about a meeting with an alleged Russian woman. Ibizagate led to the fall of the Austrian government: the parliament expressed a vote of no confidence in the coalition government, which included conservatives led by Sebastian Kurz and the far right, led by Heinz-Christian Strache.

Earlier, on May 17, 2019, German media published a video, made by lifestyle properties irena markovic with hidden camera, in which Strache and his colleague Johann Gudenus in July 2017 at a villa in Ibiza discuss the possibility of purchasing an influential publication Kronen Zeitung by an unknown woman. It is stated that the woman in the video called herself "the niece of a Russian oligarch" and announced her intention to invest a quarter of a billion euros in Austria. She also stressed during the conversation that it was about funds of illegal origin.

Strache in exchange for Russian financial support promised "Makarova" preferences in the event of APS participation in the government - yes, he promised to give government orders to the Russians instead of the Austrian company Strabag. In addition, he gave "Makarova" advice on how to circumvent Austrian legislation in the field of taxes and party financing.

On May 4, 2020, the Austrian parliamentary committee launched an investigation into party funding, amid the Ibizagate scandal.

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