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FPO

abbr.
1. fleet post office
2. for placement only

FPO

abbreviation for
(Military) field post office

FPO

1. field post office.
2. fleet post office.
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Kurz was accused by some of imitating policies that were long held by the Freedom Party of Austria (FPO), but twisting them so they seemed more attractive to voters.
The 'niqab ban', which was passed in May, has been criticized as a populist move intended to counter rising support for the right-wing Freedom Party of Austria.
Austria has dodged a bullet after voters elected the Green Party candidate Alexander Van der Bellen to be their next president over the nominee of the far-right Freedom Party of Austria (FPO), Norbert Hofer.
There has been Geert Wilders in the Netherlands, the Vlaams Blok (succeeded by today's Vlaams Belang) in Belgium, the Freedom Party of Austria, the Sweden Democrats, the Finns Party, and the Danish People's Party, to name a few.
The National Front in France and the Freedom Party of Austria (FPEu) are just two examples of far-right nationalist parties that are currently receiving an upsurge in support in European Union member states -- and they're especially popular with younger voters.
The allegations grow, with some saying that the Kremlin supports the radical right wing party Jobbik in Hungary and that there are links between Russia and Marine Le Pen's National Front in France, Golden Dawn in Greece, Ataka in Bulgaria, the Freedom Party of Austria (Freiheitliche Partei Eusterreichs), Vlaams Belang in Belgium and Forza Italia and Lega Nord in Italy.
Many far-right parties (such as the Freedom Party of Austria, the Bulgarian Ataka party, the Italian Northern League, and the Hungarian Jobbik party) have sent "independent observers" to the Crimean referendum, and their representatives in the European Parliament have openly joined forces with some of the far-left parties (including the German Die Linke) to reject a resolution condemning the Crimean annexation and the "destabilization of eastern Ukraine.
We believe the main opposition nationalist Freedom Party of Austria will take first place in the country's elections to the European Parliament, to be held in May.