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Swiss Review
March 2/19

Sophia wants to vote

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“A wonderful job”

Focus

Young doctor Gabriela Rohrer took over an old GP practice in a rural area in the canton of Lucerne. She tells us how she ended up there and what she…

Comic art: Swiss-born, but snubbed by the state

Culture

Urban sprawl initiative fails

Politics

Japanese tea girls and Norwegian farmers

Literature series

Questions are being asked about voting rights for Swiss living abroad

Politics

Anyone who has a Swiss passport and lives abroad may vote and participate in elections – even standing for a seat in parliament. However, in…

Journalism is facing the squeeze

Society

Collapse of the French-language press

Society

Bank details for voluntary subscriptions

OSA news

Nine different summer camps for children aged 8 to 14

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Swiss children living abroad will have an opportunity to get to know Switzerland and its culture – and have a great time – at two-week summer camps…

Inclusion in the electoral register is easy

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You can live abroad but still vote on Swiss matters. Doing so helps strengthen the bond with your native country. But to exercise your political…

Experience politics and culture up close and personal – just right for you

OSA news

Are you interested in Swiss politics? Would you like to experience a fantastic cultural and sports programme in your native country? If so, our…

“Our traditions keep us united and define us”

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Living and working abroad

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Emigrating to a new country is no walk in the park. Moving abroad requires a great deal of preparation.

Votes and Elections

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Federal and cantonal popular votes – everything in one app

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Swiss reactor meltdown

Images

Former President dips into marine literature

Books

Traditional, delicate and heartwarming

Sounds

Patti Basler

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