Protesters take part in a demonstration against the current Austrian government and for Human Asylum Policy at the Heldenplatz in Vienna, on January 13, 2018. (AFP / ALEX HALADA)
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Protesters took to the streets of Vienna on Saturday and called for members of the Austria's new right wing government to be boycotted by the rest of Europe.Around 20,000 people according to police estimates gathered to protest against the new coalition government which includes the far-right Freedom Party (FPO), which was founded by former Nazis.The gathering called for a boycott of FPO ministers by other European governments and the shunning of Austria when it takes up the revolving European Union presidency in the second half of 2018 .
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