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Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere has proposed a partial burka ban.
In a ruling announcing the ban, officials in Vienna said: 'Acceptance and respect of Austrian values are basic conditions for successful cohabitation between the majority Austrian population and people from third countries living in Austria.'The measures, similar to those in other European Union countries, also apply to visitors even though large numbers of Arab tourists holiday in the Alpine country.
Teachers and civil servants are already barred from wearing the Islamic headscarves at work and the judiciary and police are not allowed to carry any visible religious or ideological symbols while carrying out their duties.
The legislation, which has passed the lower house and now has to be approved by the Senate, bans the wearing of burkas, helmets and face masks on public transport as well as education, healthcare and government buildings.
Last week he told a German TV network: 'The immigration seen in recent years is changing out country not in a positive but in a negative way.'Other measures coming into force today include immigrants signing an 'integration contract' and compulsory courses in the German language and 'values'.
Meanwhile, protestors donned masks during a demonstration against the ban in Vienna on Sunday.