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Anything from the SVP stinks of the mentality that fed the nationalists of the Hitler regime
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You stink more than the SVP

Worst of all when it comes to you is that you probably don't even realise how suck a joke/**** you make of yourself.
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Obviously I didn't imply that they'll have free movement with North America. I was just wondering if the referendum would make it easier for highly skilled professionals from North America, who are fluent in French or German, to work in Switzerland due to a level playing field.

Right now they have to prove that there's no one qualified in Switzerland or EU before they even consider us.
To begin with, why is not a level playing field now?

Yes, it should be proved to cantonal authorities that there's no one qualified from CH or EU27......errrrr EU 26. Sometimes this situation is true, therefore hiring a 3rd country national is simple.

If someone doesn't want to do the effort of writing a letter to the cantonal authorities telling that the hiring of the 3rd country national is a must for the company to survive and thrive, it just means the CV and skills of the person are not that attractive when compared to the possible local and neighboring countries hires.

It could be a hard pill to swallow but the uneven playing field it's the CV with skills and references, not the Swiss laws.
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Wow! I did not think it was possible for anybody to stink more than the SVP. I must change my deodorant!
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From a purely self-interested perspective, and belonging to the group of North Americans that you describe, I would love this to pass. I also believe that it is better for the Swiss economy that skilled people be considered on an equal basis, regardless of their relation to the ghastly EU.
With the bilateral agreement dissolved and trading with our biggest trading partner (60%) on WTO terms and limited access to sell services into the EU, we will not need you.
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