Vote June 10, 2018

Money was at the centre of two nationwide votes on June 10 - a new gambling law and an initiative to change the country's monetary and banking system. Also tabled was a ballot - but only in canton Valais - about a financial package for a bid to host the 2026 Winter Olympics.

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Casino and betting law

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Monetary reform (Sovereign money initiative)

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About 5.3 million Swiss citizens, including registered members of the Swiss Abroad community, were eligible to take part in the June 10, 2018 ballot.

Votes on a broad range of issues, as well as elections, also took place in many cantons and municipalities across the country.

It was the second of up to four nationwide ballots this year.

Explore 600 national votes How direct democracy has grown over the decades

The number of issues put to vote has increased considerably since the 1970s. The graphics present more than 600 nationwide votes since 1848.

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