Austria’s foreign minister declares victory in election, set to become Europe’s youngest leader

The leader of Austria’s right-leaning Householder’s Party has declared victory in the national election that puts your pet on track to become Europe’s youngest mind of government.

Austrian Foreign Minister Sebastian Kurz claimed the win upon Sunday night after projections offered his party a comfortable lead exceeding 90 percent of the ballots measured.

The particular projections had the People’s Celebration getting 31. 4 percent from the vote, a gain of more than 7 portion points from the 2013 election.

Final results will never be available until mid-week after absentee ballots and ballots cast simply by voters away from their home districts are usually counted.

The projections showed the center-left Social Democrats receiving 26. six percent and the vote and the anti-migrant, euroskeptic Freedom Party 26. 5%.

The nation now is governed by a Social Democratic-People’s Party coalition.