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Around 800 000 adults struggle to read and write correctly in Switzerland. The Swiss government wants to tackle the

The government met for an extraordinary session today after epidemiologists warned that if nothing changed the number of positive cases could reach 12 000 within a week. The cantons also asked that the country spoke with one voice concerning Covid-19 prevention policies. Because the government wants to protect Swiss citizens but

Around 800 000 adults struggle to read and write correctly in Switzerland. The Swiss government wants to tackle the problem of adult illiteracy and lack of basic knowledge in spoken and written language as well as in mathematics and computer skills. When the new Continuing Education Act (WeBiG) came

Today Switzerland voted on several motions and 59% of the voting population turned up at the urns. You can read up on the content of the motions in these two posts: The Begrenzungsinitiative explained, The Other Referendums explained. The results are: The Limited Immigration - Begrenzungsinitiative. Once more the SVP saw their efforts

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