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05 May 2021


Switzerland is the first country in the world to vote on coronavirus legislation at national level. On June 13, 2021, the Swiss voters will decide whether the Swiss government can restrict public life because of the pandemic. Voting on the Covid-19 law is only possible in a direct democracy because factual questions are put to the people there.


The Swiss Federal Council, the state government, is promoting a yes and warns that the multi-million dollar financial support from various industries would be at risk if a no were given. The majority of the Swiss parliament, consisting of the National Council and the Council of States, recommends that the electorate vote yes to the ballot box.

I would encourage you to listen to the following Youtube debate on this topic by Dr Daniele Ganser, a Swiss historian and peace researcher. You should be able to enable the English subtitle function in Youtube.

What is alarming is the amount of young people who are filling psychological clinics due to suicide attempts or are deemed “high risk”.

My feeling is that the vote will be a “yes” from the Swiss population. The Fear level, amidst a lot of confusion, dominance of the “narrative” by left wind parties and media in combination with people’s own self interest in getting as much money as possible from the state, due to lost work (irrespective of the consequences to the general taxpayer and future generations).