How does 🗳️ Politics work in 🇨🇭Switzerland? – VisualPolitik EN

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Switzerland is one of the most exceptional, dazzling and amazing countries in the world. Despite being nestled between mountains and not having any remarkable natural resources, it has become one of the richest states on the planet.

However, what is less well known is that Switzerland has one of the strangest and most extravagant political systems in the world, a system that has become a source of prosperity. Do you want to know more about a country where presidents are only in power for one year and the “ministers” are from different political parties? Don’t miss this video.

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