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Switzerland Basic Income Activists

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Posted: Oct 5, 2013


In this video that was posted on Oct 4, 2013 RT news reports about Swiss citizens that are demanding a crucial change in the constitution, pushing for the introduction of a guaranteed income for everyone. RT teamed up with RUPTLY video to follow the story. RT’s Peter Oliver was in Bern where supporters of the basic income idea gathered for a rally.


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