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She is the one who babysits the children, takes them for walks, and, of course, spoils them silly. On Sunday afternoons, most families get together at Oma and Opa’s in the afternoon for an early dinner followed by cake and coffee a little later on. This is a good time to catch up on the past week’s happenings, but more importantly, it is a time to relax and enjoy each other’s company. The Weekends The weekends are sacred to the average Austrian family. They value spending their time off with their family and don’t believe in working after hours.
The coalition that had brought Renner into power broke down the following year. The conservative Christian Social Party won elections in October 1920 and in essence ran the federal government until 1938. The inter-war years were marked by economic crisis, inflation, unemployment, hunger and violence. Red Vienna Constitutional reform in 1922 granted Vienna special status as a Land or semi-autonomous province. The Social Democrats governing Vienna introduced a number of important social reforms, which ushered in the period known as Red Vienna.
In fact, the percentage of foreign-born residents is higher than in the United States. Yet Austria does not see itself as a nation of immigrants. The majority of immigrants are from the former Yugoslavia and Turkey. Following World War II, Austria instituted a guest worker policy, encouraging workers from Turkey to temporarily relocate to Austria. Of course, temporary immigration often turns permanent. The fall of the Iron Curtain led more immigrants to Austria, and then the outbreak of war in the former Yugoslavia brought refugees.