Brussels (APA) – Chancellor Heinz-Christian Strache (FPÖ) does not want to know about the request of his blue treasury Secretary Hubert Fuchs to abolish the 55 percent highest tax rate. At the press conference he only defined the "opinion" of the state secretary, who "makes sense for him".
His own position is clear, but Strache. "We want to relieve small and medium-sized incomes and not lower the highest tax rates," he said on Tuesday.
In the direction diametrically opposite of Fuchs, on Tuesday the Socialist Youth (SJ) demanded. "The highest tax rate should be increased to 70 percent, and in addition, only millionaires and inheritance taxes are needed," said SJ's chief Julia Herr.