VIENNA — Austria’s presidential election has significance far beyond the small EU nation’s borders. In a scenario that was unthinkable just a few years ago, a right-wing, Euroskeptic candidate is favored to become president.
Such a development would be the latest sign of political upheaval in a country that until recently appeared to be solidly in the pro-European Union camp.
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