In Switzerland, they voted for same-sex marriage.
Not a sensation.
In the cantons of Geneva, Ticino, Vaud and Valais, same-sex sexual relations were decriminalized as early as 1798; throughout the country – in 1942 with the introduction of the national criminal code. Since January 1, 2007, same-sex partnerships have received legal recognition (about 700 couples enter such partnerships annually).
In 2013, Switzerland’s Green Liberal Party launched a parliamentary initiative proposing the concept of “Marriage for All”. After a report on this topic published by the government and debates involving various …