Switzerland Swiss referendum 2018 Results Dates Issues, Switzerland Basic income referendum 2018 Result, Switzerland referendums Initiative ,June Swiss referendums Result 2018

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Switzerland Swiss referendum 2018 Results Dates Issues, Switzerland Basic income referendum 2018 Result, Switzerland referendums Initiative ,June Swiss referendums Result 2018

Two referendums were held on 4 March. One was on a Federal Decree on the new Financial Regulation 2021, which would extend the right of the federal government to levy VAT and direct federal tax until 2035; this was approved by 84% of voters. The other was the "Yes to the abolition of radio and television fees" popular initiative, which proposed abolishing the licence fee that provides the majority of funding for the Swiss Broadcasting Corporation.The proposal was rejected by the Federal Assembly in 2017, and by 72% of voters in the referendum.

Live: Switzerland November referendum Result:

There will be one referendum on 27 November 2016. The federal popular initiative "for the programmed phase-out of nuclear energy" (against nuclear power plants) will be submitted to the vote. The initiative dates from 2012, about one year after the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster in Japan.

Switzerland September referendum Switzerland :

Question For Against Invalid/
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Total
votes
Registered
voters
Turnout Cantons for Cantons against Result
Votes % Votes % Full Half Full Half
Green economy 819,747 36.4 1,430,251 63.6         1 0 19 6 Rejected
Retirement system 921,058 40.6 1,347,962 59.4       5 0 15 6 Rejected
Federal intelligence law 1,458,827 65.5 768,533 34.5         Approved
Source: Government of Switzerland 

Live Switzerland/Swiss referendums 2016 

5 June 2016 Swiss referendum issues:

  1. Swiss voters have overwhelmingly rejected a proposal to introduce a guaranteed basic income for all.
  2. Final results from referendum showed that nearly 77% opposed the plan, with only 23% backing it.
  3. The supporters camp had suggested a monthly income of 2,500 Swiss francs (£1,755; $2,555) for adults and also SFr625 for each child.
  4. Switzerland is the first country to hold such a vote.
  5. A proposal to speed up the country's asylum process was backed by nearly 67%
  6. The Pro Service Public initiative proposing that bosses of big public sector companies should not earn more than government ministers – a reflection of dissatisfaction with railways and telecoms provider Swisscom. It was rejected by 68% of the voters
  7. A proposal to allow genetic testing of embryos before they are inserted in the uterus in cases of in-vitro fertilisation, where either parent carries a serious hereditary disease. It was passed, with 62% backing it
  8. Transport financing: An initiative from the car lobby which wants more investment in roads. The government had urged a "No" vote, and it was rejected by 71%.

Results 2016

Question For Against Invalid/ Total Registered Turnout Cantons for Cantons against Result
Votes % Votes % blank votes voters Full Half Full Half
Basic income 5,68,660 23.1 18,97,528 76.9 28,660 24,94,848 53,13,442 46.95 0 0 20 6 Rejected
For fair transport financing 7,09,974 29.2 17,19,661 70.8 55,749 24,85,384 46.78 0 0 20 6 Rejected
For public services 7,84,303 32.4 16,37,707 67.6 62,997 24,85,007 46.77 0 0 20 6 Rejected
Amendments to the medically assisted reproduction law 14,90,417 62.4 8,97,318 37.6 92,610 24,80,345 46.68   Approved
Amendments to the federal asylum law 16,16,597 66.8 8,04,086 33.2 65,349 24,86,032 46.79 Approved
Source: Government of Switzerland
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