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Leftists push for open borders in Switzerland despite majority opposition

 
 
 
 
 
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Back in February this year, the majority of Swiss voted to limit the number of immigrants allowed into the country.

Next month on November 30th, they will vote for the latest Ecopop initiative, called “Stop overpopulation – safeguard our natural resources“, proposes that the number of immigrants should be limited to 16,000 people a year to stop the country from being over-developed.

Simonetta Sommaruga, Socialist Federal Councillor, and Head of the Department of Justice and Police is trying to convince the Swiss to vote against this proposition.

“We, despite strong immigration, have one of the lowest unemployment rates in Europe. Our economy needs immigrants.” she told 20min.ch.

In Berne, Sommaruga told journalists that “Our aging society needs people who want to come here and work. The upper limit that the initiative proposes for immigration is not only very low, it is very inflexible.”

One commenter said “They want our country becomes like France or England, disown our elites…”

Leftists from outside and inside the country have been trying to convince the public to vote for more immigration, which would could mean it would have to bring in the illegal immigrants from Italy (originally from Africa and the Middle East) given its close proximity.

Leftist globalists won’t let a small European country like Switzerland to control its own borders, if they had their way all European countries would have open borders.

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