In a suitable snub to the EU, voters in Switzerland made a decision
that may be tied to safety:
Swiss voters have delivered a snub to their government and the EU by narrowly backing plans to limit immigration.
They backed a proposal by the nationalist People’s Party to introduce quotas for all types of immigrants by a margin of 50.3 per cent, according to public broadcaster SRF.
The result of the referendum means the government will have to renegotiate treaties on the free movement of workers it had arranged with the EU.
If the object is to curb immigration by Islamists, then this is a good thing, because of all the dangers jihad in Europe has led to.
Labels: Europe, immigration, islam