"A much more ambitious climate policy is a priority," said the Bernese at the meeting of the delegates of the Green Liberals in Spiez (BE). "The same is true for the rapid ratification of the framework agreement, the introduction of individual taxation for married couples and marriage for all".
After the presentation of the new and old national advisers, the delegates adopted their voting words for the votes of February 9th. By 131 votes and three abstentions, they voted in favor of extending the anti-racist standard to homophobia.
The new criminal standard will help prevent and prevent violent abuses against LGBTI people, said national councilor Beat Flach. "At the same time, the proposed text guarantees freedom of expression." The Liberals also intend to commit themselves to ensuring that trans and intersex people are protected against discrimination.
Text too strict
The Affordable Housing Initiative, however, was rejected by 105 votes to 17, with 11 abstentions. If it tackles a central issue for many Swiss, the text is too strict and does not allow a regional and relevant adaptation, justify the Green Liberals.
They also believe that the population already has a sufficient number of affordable rents and that Parliament has strengthened the construction of public housing through working capital.
"The Liberals recognize the challenges of the urban housing market, but a flat-rate regulation is not enough to fulfill the purpose." Today, cities already have the opportunity to adopt relevant instruments to solve the problem, "explained Vice President Kathrin Bertschy.