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Geographical or social, historical or sentimental, statutory or initiatory ones, all very close to one another and yet so closed. ’ Moreover, he stresses the differences between the Swiss peoples: ‘in fact our federation constituted itself and functions well without the peoples of our diverse cantons needing to know one another, or to establish personal relations or even to love one another as brothers; in fact, they are as different from one another as the Burgundians from the Rhinelanders, or the Swedes from the Italians’.

NATO’s military operations against Yugoslavia were not based on any resolution by the UN Security Council and, with such a resolution constituting the only mechanism to formally disable neutrality law and participate in military operations, the federal government considered the law 5 ¨ Joseph Deiss, former Minister of Foreign Affairs, cited by the Neue Zurcher Zeitung, 25 October 2001. Swiss neutrality today 25 of neutrality applicable (Interdepartmental Working Group 2000: 15). While certainly coherent from a legal point of view, this attitude nevertheless raises significant ethical questions.

E. the Upper House of the Federal Parliament) and the cantonal majority for certain types of referendum votes. The structure of the Federal Parliament is based on the model of perfect bicameralism, with both chambers, the National Council and the Council of States, having equal rights. ). Today, the representation of the people is assured (Kolz by the 200 deputies within the National Council. Since the federal elections of 1919, National Councillors are elected according to the system of proportional representation, with the cantons forming the electoral constituencies.

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