Swiss voters' clear rejection of immigration restrictions has left the government with options to renegotiate its fractured ...
On November 30th 2014 voters rejected all three proposals in question: One from a group of ecologists to limit population growth by capping immigration, a plan by a leftwing group which targeted preferential tax rates for wealthy foreigners, and a rightwing attempt to impose strict rules on Switzerland‘s central bank for its gold reserves. It was the fourth and final nationwide ballot this year.
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