News Votes in the September 27 "The paternity leave is...

Votes in the September 27 “The paternity leave is not going to change anything in the sharing of tasks”

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The national councillor Yves Nidegger (UDC/GE) does not want a new social insurance. He explains why he will lead the campaign.

Opponent of paternity leave

For the Geneva Yves Nidegger, one of the few elected officials from French-opposed to the project, Switzerland is “sick of too much social.”

Laurent Guiraud

The 27 September, the Swiss will vote on a two-week leave for new fathers. On June 7,supporters of the project have launched the hostilitiesvec a survey showing that 71% of Swiss support the text. On Thursday, opponents of ont carried out an action in Bern, before the official launch of their campaign in August. The national councillor Yves Nidegger (UDC/GE) answers to our questions.

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