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Switzerland grants of $ 2450 a month for every citizen without conditions

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Switzerland grants of $ 2450 a month for every citizen without conditions

Post by rocky on Mon 01 Feb 2016, 7:04 am

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[rtl]Switzerland grants of $ 2450 a month for every citizen without conditions[/rtl]

[rtl]BAGHDAD / Sky Press: Switzerland intends to vote on the proposal to [/rtl]
[rtl]give every citizen to 2500 Swiss francs (about 2450 dollars) per month, regardless of whether he was employed or unemployed.[/rtl]
[rtl]The newspaper "The Independent" British, that if the proposal passed Switzerland will become the first country in the world that provides a monthly income of its citizens, unconditionally, in addition to being the first state to vote on this issue.[/rtl]
[rtl]This idea put forward a group of intellectuals and thinkers who insisted that Swiss Staatmllekem desire to work and get the job, regardless of the salary, but the idea did not receive a positive political attention, but the federal government has agreed to vote on this initiative, in June, The plan aims to lack of linkage between employment and labor on the part of, and income from the other side.[/rtl]
[rtl]The proposal for the intellectual elite based on an opinion poll, conducted by the "Damoscob" Institute, showed that the majority of the Swiss population will continue in their jobs, or look for jobs, despite the guarantee monthly income for them.[/rtl]
[rtl]The survey also stated that only 2% of them will stop working, whilst 8%, "it is possible to imagine such a possibility based on the circumstances."[/rtl]
[rtl]A local newspaper reported that the plan would cost the government about 208 billion Swiss francs in the year, as you will need to 150 million francs of taxes.[/rtl]
 
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