Switzerland Elections

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Upcoming & Fresh Elections

Following is the list of upcoming election(s) in Switzerland that will be held in near future. You may click on the election name to view detail about the election of your choice. You may also post updates and your comments on these elections

Previous Older Elections

Following is the list of previous election(s) in Switzerland. You may click on the election name to view detail about the election of your choice. You may also post updates and your comments on these elections

National Council

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Swiss Council Of States

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Why Referendum?

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National Council (Switzerland)

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Swiss federal election, 2015

The next Swiss federal elections will be held on October 18, 2015 for the National Council and the first round of elections to the Council of States. - Posted on : 25-May-2015

Swiss National Council

The National Council has 200 members, each elected to represent one of twenty-six cantons. Elections were held on 23 October 2011, along with elections to the Council of States. Eleven parties are represented in the National Council: the one fewer than in the previous National Council. - Posted on : 20-May-2015

How do I vote for the National Council?

You must meet in order to vote in the National Council elections, the voting procedures and information on the election materials that voters are sent. There is a special section for Swiss citizens living abroad. - Posted on : 12-May-2015


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Referendum in Switzerland to place upper limit on salaries

On November 24 , the Swiss people were asked to vote on the initiative of 1:12 . This initiative , sponsored by the Swiss Socialist Youth ( Juso ) impose a ceiling on wages, so that the highest salary in a company could not be more than 12 times that of the lowest paid in the same company . Nobody should make the same money in a month as a colleague would take a year to earn the specific proposal. Although Juso is closely aligned with the Social Democratic Party , part of the coalition government , the organization is formally independent . The collection of signatures began in the fall of 2009, just a year after the global economy was on the verge of collapse following the bankruptcy of the investment bank Lehman Brothers. The necessary signatures have been collected within the period prescribed by law, and the citizens initiative has been successfully registered in April 2011. Parliament then considered the proposal of two years, with the result that Parliament and the federal government recommended that the initiative was rejected. Go to a cocktail party in Berlin, and there is always someone who spits the benefits of a basic income , as you may have heard someone talk about Robin Hood Tax in New York or even the health care payer Washington. It is not only popular in countries rich in Switzerland. Besieged and ravaged by debt weighs Cyprus realization of basic income , too. They also whispered in the United States , where some fans left right libertarian and liberal came to a strange convergence around the idea - some prefer income "base" unconditionally all who would , without any conditions, the other income - tested "minimum" to supplement the income of the poor to a particular level . - Posted on : 16-November-2013

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This fall, a truck spilled eight million coins outside the Parliament building in Bern, one for each Swiss citizen. It was a publicity stunt for the supporters of a bold social policy could become reality in the small rich country. With coins, the activists delivered 125,000 signatures - enough to trigger a Swiss public referendum , this time on the provision of a monthly income to every citizen , without any conditions .

Every month , every Swiss person would receive a check from the government , regardless of rich or poor, how industrious or lazy , how old or young . Poverty disappear. - Posted on : 16-November-2013

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