Swiss popular initiative “Against mass immigration”


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The initiative “Against mass immigration” (GermanEidgenössische Volksinitiative “Gegen Masseneinwanderung”FrenchInitiative populaire « Contre l’immigration de masse »ItalianIniziativa popolare “Contro l’immigrazione di massa”) is a Swiss federal popular initiative. It was targeted against the EUdirective 2004/38/EC on the right to move and reside freely, and aims to limit immigration through quotas,[1]as it had been before the bilateral treaties between Switzerland and the European Union.

The proposal was launched by the national conservative Swiss People’s Party and was accepted by a majority of the electorate (50.3%, a difference of 19,526 votes) and a majority of the cantons (14.5 out of 23; 12 of 20 full cantons plus five of six half cantons) on 9 February 2014.

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