There was a pre-recorded report by Jenny Hill from Burgenland, Austria on this morning's Today. Jenny was reporting on the re-run presidential election there tomorrow.
Go to 15:17 and, talking of that very election election, you'll hear her say, "The role of Austrian chancellor is largely ceremonial".
She's confusing the Austrian chancellorship (the Austrian chancellor being the head of government) with the Austrian presidency (the largely ceremonial head of state) there...
...which only adds to my impression that the BBC should stop parachuting reporters into countries they don't understand.