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Austria's ruling government is teetering on the brink of collapse of the country's vice chancellor and long time far right leader announced he was stepping down , the stuff about the video footage and much that threatened to destroy the ruling coalition is allegedly shows the head of the Freedom Party discussing state contract with a potential Russian soccer in return the political support , for the election that brought him to power Hines Kristin stress I told a news conference it was done it was responsible and it was a mistake fighting back tears as he asked his wife and others to forgive him he maintained however that he had done nothing illegal the threat to the governing alliance is blown up just a week before Austria votes in elections for the European parliament's chance less of Austin cuts is distanced himself from the far right to protect his image when Lhasa scandals have emerged struck has had its the Freedom Party since two thousand and five credited with bringing it back to mainstream electoral success , video was reported on Friday by two of neighboring Japanese leading media that allegedly showed a meeting any be fat and July twenty seventeen between struck her another party official and a woman reporting to be the needs of a Russian oligarch in it he appeared to office direct inflated construction contractors to a company in exchange for support for his party he also said he wanted everything to be done legally , speculation now I the whether the damage will be limited to structure or if cuts will call a snap election only a year and a half after the coalition was formed cuts his party still leads opinion polls but fall short of a majority