[Solved] how to call a command with redirection from python

TheoremOnTheRocks Asks: how to call a command with redirection from python
I can mount (in the fxce4-terminal) successfully with something like:

Code:
sshfs -o password_stdin user@example.ddnss.de:/remote/path ~/example_local_path/ <<< 'password'

but not (in a python3-Terminal or an python3-script):

Code:
import os
os.system("sshfs -o password_stdin user@example.ddnss.de:/remote/path ~/example_local_path/ <<< 'password'")

the latter return an Syntax error: redirection unexpected

Why fails the command when called from python, while it works from the terminal? Please help!

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