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 to put an end to the EU/Swiss alliance thwarted. As nearly 62% of voters rejected their motion. Europeans will continue to be allowed to travel and work here without major impediments. The Hunting Initiative This initiative was rejected by 51,9%, meaning that wolves, lynx and bears cannot be hunted with impunity. Paternity Leave 60,3% of voters approved the right for fathers to take 2 weeks paid leave with the birth of every child. New Military
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