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01/17/2009 | Сергій Кабуд
Swiss military doctrines are arranged in ways that make this organisation very effective and rapid. Switzerland claims to be able to mobilise the entire population for warfare within 12 hours.



Switzerland

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Women_voting_rights#Switzerland

The Swiss referendum on women's suffrage was held on 1 February 1959. The majority of Switzerland's men voted no, however in some cantons the vote was given to women.[17] Switzerland was one of the last Western democracies (the other being Liechtenstein) to allow women to vote. Women did not gain the right to vote in federal elections until 1973

http://history-switzerland.geschichte-schweiz.ch/chronology-womens-right-vote-switzerland.html

There is an organised movement in Switzerland (Group for a Switzerland without an Army) aiming at the abolition of the military. The Swiss have voted twice on such a referendum. The first time was in 1989, when 64.4% of the voters voted in favour of maintaining the Swiss Army. The second vote was in 2001, with 76.8% in favour.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Military_of_Switzerland#Criticism


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