Election campaign 2007 Preparations ahead of a congress of the Greens in Bottens, outside Lausanne (All pictures: Keystone) Keystone Party meeting of the Christian Democrats at the Ochsen restaurant in Wölflinswil Keystone Opening address to Christian Democratic Party delegates in Wölflinswil Keystone Meeting of the Swiss People's Party in Boudevilliers, near Neuchâtel Keystone Members of the Green Party take a break Keystone Sorting election pamphlets at the Bern headquarters of the Social Democratic Party Keystone Taking a vote at a Radical Party meeting in Miécourt, Jura region Keystone A round of applause for a speech at a Radical Party meeting in Zurich Keystone Climbing the speaker's podium of the Social Democratic Party Keystone Campaign material at the secretariat of the Swiss People's Party in Bern Keystone The party secretariat of the Greens in Bern Keystone Silvia Blocher, wife of Justice Minister Blocher, makes a speech in Cham, central Switzerland Keystone Social Democratic Party delegates outside the Frohsinn restaurant in Weinfelden, eastern Switzerland Keystone Campaign headquarters of the Radical Party in Bern Keystone Reception desk of the Christian Democratic Party in Bern Keystone Hard work for politicians and parties. This content was published on September 21, 2007 September 21, 2007 More More Why people in Switzerland trust the state Stable country, stable money, stable lifestyles: in comparison, many things run smoothly in Switzerland. One factor is the high level of trust. You can find an overview of ongoing debates with our journalists here. Please join us! If you want to start a conversation about a topic raised in this article or want to report factual errors, email us at email@example.com. Newest first Oldest first Load more More More SWI swissinfo.ch recognised at quality journalism awards SWI swissinfo.ch has won a prize in the “science and environment” category of an annual award organised by the magazine ‘Private’.
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