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- In Hungary the head FPO is known as the "tábori főpostahivatal" while a normal FPO is an "tábori postahivatal".
- Following the 1999 elections, the FPÖ became part of a coalition government led by ÖVP leader Wolfgang Schüssel, despite the FPÖ having garnered the larger number of votes.
- In 1999, the ÖVP fell back to third place behind the FPÖ in the elections. Even though ÖVP chairman and Vice Chancellor Wolfgang Schüssel had announced that his party would go into opposition in that case, he entered into a coalition with the FPÖ—with himself as chancellor—in early 2000 under considerable national and international outcry. Jörg Haider resigned as FPÖ chairman, but retained his post as governor of Carinthia and kept substantial influence within the FPÖ.
- Wallentin portrayed himself as an anti-establishment candidate. Commentators suggested he drew from the FPÖ's electorate, as well as older voters and ÖVP supporters. Prior to the campaign, there was media speculation that he could be nominated as the FPÖ's presidential candidate.
- In the 1999 state election, the FPÖ became the largest party in a state legislature for the first time in history, winning 42% of votes cast. FPÖ leader Jörg Haider became Governor.
- The election took place nine days after the start of the Ibiza affair, which led to the resignation of Vice-Chancellor and FPÖ leader Heinz-Christian Strache and the collapse of the federal ÖVP–FPÖ government. The European election was seen as a victory for the ÖVP and a defeat for the FPÖ, who were forecasted to perform substantially better.
- Before that, he was parliamentary group leader of the FPÖ in the National Council between 2017 and 2019 and served as leader of the Lower Austrian FPÖ.
- Kickl resumed his seat in the National Council on 24 May and became managing officer of the FPÖ parliamentary faction. He was re-elected in the September election. Kickl received over 75,000 personal votes, the second-highest number of any candidate behind only Sebastian Kurz, and more than twice as many as FPÖ top candidate and leader Norbert Hofer. He became chairman of the FPÖ faction after the election.
- The FPS was established in June 2015 as a split from the Freedom Party of Austria (FPÖ). Prior to the split conflicts had occurred between the FPÖ's federal party leader Heinz-Christian Strache and the former chairman of the Salzburg state branch Karl Schnell.
- On 24 October, Sebastian Kurz officially invited the FPÖ to coalition talks. The FPÖ accepted this offer and first talks started on Wednesday, 25 October.
- In the 1997 state election, the ÖVP and SPÖ suffered minor losses to the FPÖ and Greens, the latter of which entered the Landtag for the first time. The ÖVP won four state councillors, the SPÖ three, and the FPÖ two.
- At the 2007 provincial party conference, he was elected provincial party secretary of the FPÖ Styria and has since served on the provincial party executive committee. From April 2007 to February 2019, Mario Kunasek was district party chairman of the FPÖ Graz Umgebung.[...] Since 2013, he has been federal party chairman deputy of the FPÖ.
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