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The ÖVP and the FPÖ today announced their request for a ban on ill-treatment in the primary schools of the National Council, according to a press conference announced by the two leaders of the August Wöginger club (ÖVP ) and Walter Rosenkranz (FPÖ). They requested the approval of the SPÖ. According to Rosenkranz, the ban should also be applied to the Turban Sikh, but not to the Jewish Kippa.
The prohibition of "clothing with ideological or religious form, with which a head cover is connected" should be anchored as a constitutional provision according to the will of the ÖVP and FPÖ and apply from the 2019/20 academic year. However, both SPÖ and NEOS demand more integration measures beyond the mere prohibition. The coalition is based on the votes of one of the two parties because the National Council can only approve constitutional provisions by a two-thirds majority.
Wöginger deposited on Thursday, however, that he does not want "Junktimiererei" and would only negotiate measures related to the issue of integration. If neither SPÖ nor NEOS are involved, Rosenkranz will decide the law with a coalition majority. If the other parties for tactical reasons are not in agreement, "then we have to do it alone," said Rosenkranz.
The ban on handkerchief by Wöginger and Rosenkranz is justified by the fact that the headscarf indicates sexual maturity and wants to counteract the "early sexualization" of girls. In addition, they wanted to prevent elementary Muslim students from discriminating because of clothing that indicates they do not belong.