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64 Events in Austria itself and in the Reich were to force the pace. On 4 March 1933, amidst a tumult, a motion was carried by a majority of one vote in the Austrian Bundesrat for measures against transport strikers. On the 7th, Dollfuss suspended parliamentary government. 65 The Socialists and the National Socialists, who were less hostile to one another in Austria than they were in the Reich, now joined forces and demanded a restoration of constitutional government. For a time there was speculation on whether Dollfuss would be removed and his government replaced by a Red - Brown Coalition.
To Aloisi, this meant that Austria 'would find herself directly under German influence'; after a short lapse of time the Anschluss would be accomplished. Suvich correctly commented that this would be 'worse than defeat'. 2 Hitler, in undermining Dollfuss's position, found his popular spokesman in Hans Frank, the Bavarian commissioner of justice and his private solicitor. In a broadcast from Munich Radio on 18 March, Frank accused the Austrian authorities of depriving the Nazis of their civic liberties.
He was therefore forced to revise his order of priorities. He still wanted to co-ordinate his policy with Germany, but now believed that an agreement with that country should only be concluded after, not before, the establishment of a Concert of Europe, represented by the four leading powers. He also dismissed the alternative of an Italian agreement with France, on the grounds that this would rule out all prospects of accommodating German (and possibly Italian) demands for a revision of the territorial status quo.