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Vote November 25, 2018

Three issues are on the agenda on November 25, for the final set of votes in 2018: A proposal to put the Swiss constitution above international law, legal measures aimed at boosting the powers of social welfare detectives as well as an initiative to promote cows with horns.

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About 5.3 million Swiss citizens, including registered members of the Swiss Abroad community, are eligible to take part in the November 25, 2018 ballot.

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

It is the fourth and final set of nationwide vote 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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