Austrian citizens pushed back against the globalist digital currency agenda.
More than half a million Austrians signed a petition demanding a ‘right to cash payments’ be added to the country’s constitution.
In a country of 8.9 million, this is a massive showing of support for the “right” to pay with cash.
Also, it “demonstrates the growing movement against digital currencies promoted by central banks across the world and institutions like the World Economic Forum (WEF),” REMIX NEWS noted.
The deadline for submission of petitions regarding proposals for seven national referendums ended on Monday. As reported by the Austrian daily Kurier, the right to cash payments received the most support of seven different petitions, with 530,938 Austrians signing it.
Only petitions that receive the signatures of 100,000 citizens or more can force a debate in parliament on the…