Switzerland is a federal republic with a direct democracy.Answer 2
Switzerland is a confederation of 26 semi-independent cantons. A canton is equivalent to what is called a state in English-speaking federal countries.
It has a very democratic system of government. As many decisions as possible are made at the cantonal level. Each canton has its own constitution, parliament, laws and court system. Most of the cantons were once independent countries, and on many ways continue to act as such.
As well as regular elections, Switzerland has a form of "direct democracy" where any decision can be put to a referendum. A petition is started, signatures are collected and if enough signatures are collected there has to be a referendum which is binding. A referendum can be at the federal or cantonal level.
Switzerland has a collective head of state, the seven-member Swiss Federal Council.
The president is the presiding member of this council. Elected by the Federal Assembly for one year, the President of the Confederation chairs the meetings of the Federal Council and undertakes special representational duties. Primus inter pares, the President has no powers above the other Councillors and continues to head his or her department. Traditionally the duty rotates among the members in order of seniority and the previous year's Vice President becomes President.
The official title is "President of the Confederation" (German: Bundespräsident(in), French: Président(e) de la Confédération, Italian: Presidente della Confederazione, Romansh: President(a) da la Confederaziun).
Click on 'related links' below. The link will take you to the wikipedia page on Switzerland and the section on government.
Switzerlands main food is pasta because they love Italians
Switzerlands favorite animal is the cow because it helps them make cheese and it helps farm.
some of switzerlands plants and trees are...palm, magnolia, chesnut, walnut, apple, pear, cherry, and almond
because it is
Switzerlands national anthem is the Schweizerpsalm. It's written by Leonhard Widmer (lyrics) and Alberich Zwyssig (music)
Switzerlands mountains are the Alps.
41,290 square kilometers.
The Swiss Alps
Switzerland does not have an official national flower.
it is fishnchip with gravy on top
It is reddish brown
The alps and chapel bridge