Swiss Will Be Paying 2,500 Francs Per Month To Each Adult

Committee members spread five cent coins over Federal Square during an event organised by the Committee for the initiative Grundeinkommen in Bern
 

The equivalent of $2000 per month in salary could begin to be paid by Switzerland to each and every adult in their country, working or not. This plan is based upon the conception that Swiss citizens will then be able to spend the majority of their time doing the things that really appeal to them instead of spending all of their time working just to survive. This initiative will provide a living wage to all Swiss citizens and free them from financial apprehension.

This payment will total annual income of 30,000 Swiss francs. Switzerland, which has a current population of 8.02 million, is the number three most costly European country, exceeded only by Iceland and Norway, according to 2002 European Union statistics. Its expensive status is equal to living in a U.S. city like the San Francisco Bay areawith a population totaling 7.15 million.

As the co-founder of the Basic Income Imitative said, Swiss citizens could previously only imagine what it would be like to be born into a society that welcomes them and asks them what they want to do with their life.Now that theSwiss are going to pay 2500 francs to every adult,Switzerland offers an entirely different atmosphere for its citizens who don’t have to just imagine that feeling.

Swiss Will be Paying 2,500 Francs Per Month to Each Adult the equivalent of $2000 per month in salary could begin to be paid by Switzerland to each and every adult in their country, working or not. This plan is based upon the conception that Swiss citizens will then be able to spend the majority of their time doing the things that really appeal to them instead of spending all of their time working just to survive. This initiative will provide a living wage to all Swiss citizens and free them from financial apprehension.

This payment will total annual income of 30,000 Swiss francs. Switzerland, which has a current population of 8.02 million, is the number three most costly European country, exceeded only by Iceland and Norway, according to 2002 European Union statistics. Its expensive status is equal to living in a U.S. city like the San Francisco Bay area with a population totaling 7.15 million.

As the co-founder of the Basic Income Imitative said, Swiss citizens could previously only imagine what it would be like to be born into a society that welcomes them and asks them what they want to do with their life. Now, Switzerland is an entirely different atmosphere for its citizens who don’t have to just imagine that feeling.

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