Basic income, in vitro babies and asylum reform

On June 5, 2016, voters decided against introducing an unconditional basic income for all, public services reform and boosting road finance. Plans to speed up asylum procedures and a law on preimplantation genetic screening were approved

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Unconditional basic income
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Asylum reform
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Preimplantation genetic diagnosis
Boosting public services
Road traffic funding

About 5.2 million Swiss citizens, including registered members of the Swiss Abroad community, were eligible to take part in the June 5, 2016 ballot.

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

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