The Swiss People’s Party is likely to gain the most votes in this month’s general elections, followed by the Social Democrats, the Gfs.Bern polling institute reported, citing a survey.
The right-wing Swiss People’s Party is isolated in its calls for the resignation of Swiss central bank chief Philipp Hildebrand over currency-trading allegations, the Wall Street Journal reported.
Switzerland’s People’s Party is likely to gain the most votes in October general elections, followed by the Social Democrats, Blick reported, citing a survey conducted by the GfS polling institute.
Switzerland voted in favor of new immigration curbs, risking a backlash from the European Union and thwarting the ability of companies to hire top talent abroad.
More than one in five workers in Switzerland are foreigners. That could soon change.
The Swiss People’s Party lost ground in parliamentary elections as voters boosted the share for smaller parties that campaigned for renewable energy and measures to support an economy hurt by a strong currency.