Just as time waits for no one, it seems that politics doesn’t care about lockdown as this Sunday we will be having both our local parliamentary elections as well as voting in our new local councillors and mayor. To be honest, even with all the time in the world I couldn‘t face going through hours and hours of figuring out how each candidate feels about the issues that I care about. Which is why I am super excited about the smartvote.ch website. You start by answering questions on all aspects of politics and then you are given a list of candidates whose views most closely resemble yours. Alternately you can check and see which party list is closest to your values. In
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The following post provides an overview of the most important residence permits for EU/EFTA nationals.
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Just as time waits for no one, it seems that politics doesn’t care about lockdown
Last week we wrote about this Sunday's referendum and now the results are in. The people
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