Proposal for a Full Constitution


Proposal for a Full Constitution
Under Article 4(1), Article 2(10) and the Provisional Legislation (Delegation) Act 2017(1), the President released the following statement:
In my official capacity as President of the Swiss Confederation I have the authority to act on behalf of the Federal Council in pursuance of the Provisional Legislation (Delegation) Act 2017 as enacted in pursuance of Article 2(10). I further hold this power as a secondary effect of Article 3.

The Federal Council is empowered, by Article 4(1) to make a proposal for a Full Constitution.

THEREFORE on behalf of the Federal Council I make this proposal under Article 4(1) for a Full Constitution.

Pursuant to the manner prescribed by law, this proposal shall be null and void unless approved by Federal Referendum in the manner prescribed in Article 4(3)

The text of the proposal shall be as follows (the “Implementation Order”):

The below given Constitution shall replace the Provisional Constitution as the Full Constitution within the meaning of Article (4) under the conditions given by part 2 of this proposal.
None of the below Constitution shall automatically apply and the Provisional Constitution shall remain in force.
The President of the Swiss Confederation, may, by proclamation bring this Full Constitution into force in whole or in part but they may not then remove any part of this Full Constitution from force once put in to force.
and in such orders they may specify a date in the future or condition on which the named parts or entirety of this Full Constitution shall come into force.
and any such orders may be repealed or amended except to the extent of parts of the Full Constitution already brought into force by the same order.
In any conflict between an in force section of this Constitution and the Provisional Constitution, the in force section of this Constitution shall take precedence.
Any Annex of the Full Constitution shall enter into force when the first part of the Full Constitution that makes direct or indirect reference to that Annex comes into force.
Once this entire Full Constitution is brought into force, the Provisional Constitution shall be considered Spent Law and shall be null and void and the below Constitution shall be the Constitution of the Swiss Confederation.
The Federal Constitution of the Swiss Confederation
RECALLING the Federal Charter of 1291 that establishes an ETERNAL ALLIANCE
RESOLVED to renew their alliance so as to strengthen LIBERTY, DEMOCRACY AND INDEPENDENCE
DETERMINED to live together with mutual consideration and respect for their diversity
AND IN KNOWLEDGE that only those who use their freedom remain free and that the strength of a people is measured by its weakest members
Article 1 - Foundation
The People and the Cantons of Zurich, Bern, Lucerne, Uri, Schwyz, Obwalden and Nidwalden, Glarus, Zug, Fribourg, Solothurn, Basel Stadt and Basel Landschaft, Schaffhausen, Appenzell Ausserrhoden and Appenzell Innerrhoden, St. Gallen, Graubünden, Aargau, Thurgau, Ticino, Vaud, Valais, Neuchâtel, Geneva, and Jura (the “Cantons”) form the Swiss Confederation (the “Confederation”).
The Confederation is a Federal parliamentary directorial republic operating under a Common Law supplemented and overruled by this Constitution and the Legislation made under it from time to time as Federal Law.
Article 2 - General Goals
The Confederation shall:
Protect the Liberty and Rights of the People .
Safeguard the Independence and Security of the Country.
Promote the Common Welfare, Sustainable Development, Internal Cohesion and Cultural Diversity of the country.
Ensure the greatest possible equality of opportunity among its citizens.
The Confederation is committed:
To the long term preservation of a just and peaceful international order.
The Confederation and the Cantons guarantee:
The where government is exerted, the Government of the Confederation and of all of the Cantons will provide a democratic form of governance where decisions are made as close as possible to the citizens.
Article 3 - Territorial Integrity
The Territory of the Swiss Confederation shall include the territory of all Cantons of the Swiss Confederation and such territory as, from time to time, the Swiss Confederation acquires.
No surrender or derogation of the territory of any Canton shall occur without the consent of that Canton and this shall apply not only to the such cases made between a foreign power and the Confederation but to all cases including such cases that are made between two cantons or other authorities under the Confederation.
Article 4 - Citizenship
Granting of citizenship of the Confederation, and who is eligible for citizenship will be regulated by Federal Law.
When a person acquires citizenship of the Confederation they may only have that citizenship rescinded by the Confederation during the first 30 days of their citizenship.
After 30 days a person may only be deprived their citizenship after being found guilty of a high and serious crime through due process and it is considered a proportionate response to the circumstances of this crime to deprive the person of their citizenship.
But this shall be inoperative if it is beyond a reasonable doubt that the citizenship was granted to an account operated by a bot.
No person may involuntarily waive any rights granted to them as a citizen by Federal Law.
And nothing in this Constitution shall be interpreted as allowing the involuntary waiving of the citizenship of a citizen after 30 days from the date on which they acquired citizenship, except for Article 4(2)(a) and Article 4(2)(a)(i).
The Confederation is required:
To give effect to speedy but proper immigration security.
To prevent bots from gaining citizenship of the Confederation, except bots that from time to time are authorized to enter the group by the Confederation.
Every Canton and every authority under a Canton shall be required to grant the same rights to citizens of the Confederation as are from time to time granted to citizens of that respective Canton.
But the right to vote in a Canton may be restricted to those who are citizens of that Canton.
No requirements shall be made by the Confederation nor any Canton that restrict the granting of citizenship solely based on how many citizenships the person applying for citizenship (the “applicant”) holds.
Nothing in Article 4(4) shall be interpreted to allow an applicant who is or recently has been a citizen of a nation that the Confederation is or has been within the last 6 months in a state of war or armed conflict with from being denied citizenship of the confederation on application.
Armed conflict shall be interpreted to include actions that would be considered Cyber-Malice under Section 1 of the Anti-Cyber Malice (Ratification) (Provisional) Act 2017 as in force on the date that this Constitution comes into force disregarding whatsoever any provision of Section 1(10) of the act.
When a person is granted citizenship of the Confederation, the Federal Government may, by the Algorithm given in Annex B, also give effect that the same person be granted citizenship of a Canton.
No person shall be a citizen of more than one Canton at the same time.
Article 5 - Natural Rights
The Confederation and every Canton guarantees:
To any person within its natural jurisdiction:
The right to freely exercise any religion.
That no person shall be searched or have their property seized without probable cause or due process of law.
That no person shall be placed in double jeopardy.
The right to a fair, speedy, public trial, for any serious crime challenged, including the right to be notified of accusations, to confront their accuser, to obtain witnesses and to have legal counsel.
The right to proportionate punishment for their crimes.
That no person shall be sentenced to any penalty for a period of life nor longer than one year.
That no person shall be held in involuntary servitude.
That no person shall be deprived of liberty nor property without due process of law.
All other rights not enumerated but otherwise recognized by the common law from time to time.
To every citizen of the Confederation:
The right to free speech.
The freedom of the press.
The right to assemble peacefully.
The right to vote in their Canton without restriction, for every elected post of that Canton.
The right to vote in every Federal Election without restriction, for every elected position of the Confederation.
The right to freely enter and exit the territory of the Confederation without hindrance, except where necessary and regulated by Federal Law.
The right to petition the government for a redress of grievances.
That no citizen shall be denied the equal protection of the laws.
That no law shall be passed which abridges the privileges and immunities of citizens.
That no law shall be passed which restricts, except for the position of Federal Councillor or President of the Federal Council, who can acquire a job based on any other job within the Confederation they may hold.
All other rights not enumerated but otherwise recognized by the common law from time to time.
Nothing in these guarantees shall prevent:
The prevention of a person from voting or the removal of a vote on reasonable grounds that the person is an automated bot or is not a unique person.
The restriction of the rights therein as is necessary to enable a civil society.
When a restriction of these rights is put in place, notice must be given of such.
Article 6 - Federal Council
There shall be a Federal Council that shall form the collective Head of State.
The Federal Council consists of 7 members including 1 President and 6 Councillors.
All 7 Members shall be elected by popular vote every 2 Months.
The Rules of the Election are:
The election must be announced 2 weeks before the election.
Every Citizen of the Confederation has the right to vote.
In the period of 2 weeks before the Election to 1 week before the Election, any Citizen of the Confederation may offer themselves to be a Candidate.
Candidates will provide lists of citizens eligible to vote who sponsor their application (the “sponsors”). Should there be more candidates than space available on the ballot paper then the candidates with the most sponsors shall be included on the ballot paper.
If any incumbent member of the Federal Council runs as a Candidate they may automatically appear on the ballot paper.
The voting period of the election shall last exactly 48 hours, continuously without gap.
Every voter shall rank the candidates they prefer on their ballot paper.
Voting shall be performed with Single Transferable Vote using the Droop Quota.
The members duly elected shall be declared the Federal Councillors of the Swiss Confederation, they shall take these positions from the previous council immediately.
A provably fair voting system must be used for the Election.
A voting system is provably fair if it:
Allows the verification by a user that their vote has been correctly counted.
Takes reasonable measures to ensure a secret ballot.
The Federal Council may, at current times, be restricted to 3 Members and the Federal Council shall be able to before a Federal Election raise the amount of Members of the Federal Council up to 7 Members.
But the number of members may never be lowered with such a declaration, even if previously raised
and a decision to raise the number of members must be made at least 4 weeks before said Federal Election.
For the purposes of the first Federal Election, the Federal Council will be restricted to 3 Members.
No Federal Councillor shall be impeached, a Federal Councillor shall only lose their seat by failing to win one in an election.
If a Federal Councillor resigns then they shall nominate their replacement for the remainder of their term.
But the person nominated must be eligible to stand as a candidate in a Federal Election at the time of their nomination.
If they fail to nominate any person eligible within ONE week of their vacancy, the Federal Council shall either leave the seat vacant or decide on their replacement.
Such decision may be derogated by Resolution of the Federal Council.
The Federal Council shall decide on who among them shall be President, but the President shall be primus inter pares.
The President’s powers are to:
Receive the officials and dignitaries of other states recognized by the Confederation.
Conclude international treaties when consent to conclude such treaty has been given by the Federal Council.
No power held by the President as a result of the Common Law shall be exercised without the consent of the Federal Council.
In International Diplomacy, where necessary, the President shall be considered Head of State.
But the President shall not exercise any powers of the Head of State without the consent of the Federal Council.
The Federal Council may from time to time decide on a new President to replace the current President immediately.
The Federal Council may further set rules of procedure to automatically transfer the title of President between them if they so wish.
For the interpretation of this article, any reference to “Federal Councillor” shall also be interpreted to reference the President.
All decisions of the Federal Council must be made with the affirmative consent of the majority of all members, including those not voting.
For the avoidance of doubt, a majority is 51% or more of all members, any vote that has an equal amount of votes for it and against it does not have the consent of the Federal Council.
The Federal Council shall, by Federal Law, make and maintain a Federal Court Service.
The President of the Federal Council shall automatically become the President of the Confederation.
Article 7 - Judicial Systems
The Confederation shall establish and maintain a court system.
The Federal Council shall appoint persons to administer Justice on behalf of the Confederation whom shall hereinafter be known as “Federal Judges”.
Every Judge shall, on appointment, be granted a Grade of Judicial Capacity.
The grades of Judicial Capacity shall be:
Grade 1
Grade 2
Grade 3
Grade 4
A Judge shall be able to sit in the following courts based on their grade
At Grade 1, The Federal Supreme Court and any court a Judge of Grade 2 could sit on.
At Grade 2, The Federal Court of Appeal and any court a Judge of Grade 3 could sit on.
At Grade 3, The Federal Court of First Instance.
At Grade 4, The Federal Court of First Instance, subject to the conditions imposed individually or at large from time to time by the Federal Council.
But no such condition shall be permitted which compromises the constitutional dispensement of Justice in accordance with the rights of the concerned parties.
If a condition is challenged as being unconstitutional, the Federal Supreme Court will be the court of first instance for such dispute and shall either:
Uphold the Condition in Full.
Amend the Condition to decrease its application scope or effect.
Declare the Condition null and void.
A Judge of Grade 4 shall be able to be removed by the Affirmative Consent of the Federal Council and at least 3 Judges of the Grades 1, 2 or 3.
The Federal Council shall be able to increase the Grade of a Judge at any time (an increase is to be interpreted to mean the number of the Grade being lowered, such that a change from Grade 3 to Grade 2 would be an increase but a change from Grade 2 to Grade 3 would be a decreased).
No Grade may be decreased by the Federal Council.
No Judge shall act in a manner which is grossly disorderly.
If a Judge acts in a manner which is grossly disorderly (“Judicial Misconduct”), inside or outside of a case, then the Federal Council or 3 Judges of the Grades 1, 2 or 3 shall be able to order that the Judge be brought before a Judicial Tribunal (the “Tribunal”).
The Tribunal shall determine whether the Judge is guilty, the requirement for a determination of guilt shall be the same criteria applied to the determination of guilt in criminal cases.
If the Judge is found guilty, the Tribunal shall be able to:
Decrease the Judge’s Grade to any level they find appropriate.
Remove the Judge’s Grade and their status as a Judge.
During the proceedings of the Tribunal, the Tribunal may place an injunction on the Judge’s Grade which shall prevent that Judge from acting as a Judge until the case concludes.
The decisions of the Tribunal are appealable to an appeal Tribunal which shall be organized in the same way but shall further determine a second question (if the first question is found in the affirmative) of whether they consider the punishment applied by the previous Tribunal to be appropriate.
The decisions of an Appeal Tribunal may be appealed to the Federal Supreme Court on grounds of violation of the Constitution or points of Constitutional Law only.
The Federal Council may make further provision for criminal penalties for Judicial Misconduct.
The process for deciding which judges shall sit for each case in each court shall be decided by Federal Law and shall be done in order to avoid conflicts of interest.
The Confederation may charge a fee, in Robux, Swiss Francs, or any other tender in order to bring a case of first instance before the Federal Courts, but this fee MUST be refunded in full (except in the case of Robux where it must be refunded in full after fees paid to ROBLOX) if the person who pays the fee wins their case.
And this fee must never be above:
500 Robux or the equivalent value of Swiss Francs or another currency.
Every case shall, in the first instance, appear before the Federal Court of First Instance.
Every appeal of a decision of the Federal Court of First instance shall be to the Federal Court of Appeals.
Every appeal of a decision of the Federal Court of Appeals shall be to the Federal Supreme Court.
Every time an appeal is made, the Confederation may charge an additional fee under (9) as if the case was being brought in first instance before the Federal Courts BUT if the party who pays the fees wins their case at any level all previous fees for that case must be refunded.
For the avoidance of doubt, if a party wins their case at the Federal Supreme Court, this means the fee that must be refunded is:
The fee for bringing the case before the Federal Court of First Instance.
The fee for appealing the case to the Federal Court of Appeals.
The fee for appealing the case to the Federal Supreme Court.
When the Federal Supreme Court sits, it will always sit with a minimum of 3 judges of which the most senior (by continuous days of holding Grade 1) will be the Chief Judge of the Court.
No judge who has sat on a lower court on a case may sit on any higher court for the same case.
The Supreme Court of the Confederation will be the Federal Supreme Court (the “Supreme Court”).
The Federal Government may grant permission that a case is brought before the Federal Supreme Court in its first instance and in such case only the fee for bringing the case in its first instance may be charged by the Confederation.
Cases shall be tried by Jury when requested by the defendant in a criminal case where the crime is serious enough to warrant a jury.
In such cases the Jury shall determine guilt and recommend a sentence. The judge shall if the defendant is found guilty decide on a sentence with due regard to any Sentencing Guidelines or Regulations issued from time to time by the Federal Council.
A judge may, in exceptional cases, decide on a sentence at their sole discretion without regard for Sentencing Guidelines or Regulations, it must be justified in the sentence why the case itself was exceptional.
Whoever fails to have due regard for Sentencing Guidelines or Regulations and further fails to demonstrate case exceptionality commits Judicial Misconduct
A judge may, in exceptional cases where he believes the jury to be acting vexatiously quash the finding of guilt of the Jury such that the finding of the Jury shall be not guilty.
But a Judge cannot quash a not guilty verdict of a jury.
A Judge MAY ONLY exercise this power in accordance with a Regulation issued by the Federal Council (a “Regulation”).
Whoever exercises this power outside of the scope of a Regulation of the Federal Council commits Judicial Misconduct.
Nothing in this section shall be interpreted to cause a Judge to commit Judicial Misconduct in quashing a verdict when there is no regulation in force.
No member of a Jury shall be questioned in any place as to the decision of a Jury to which they were a part.
Article 8 - National Symbols
The National Flag of the Confederation shall be a red square with a white cross in the centre.
The Civil and Naval Ensign of the Confederation shall be a rectangular flag with a white cross in the centre with background in red.
The Coat of Arms of the Confederation shall be a red shield with a white cross in the centre.
Reproductions of the respective symbols hereunto described in (1), (2) and (3) are located within Annex C.
The Confederation may, by Federal Law, restrict the use of:
The National Flag of the Confederation.
The Civil and Naval Ensign of the Confederation.
The Coat of Arms of the Confederation.
Article 9 - Explicit Derogations of Rights
The Confederation may restrict on Government sites the exercise of Article 5(1)(a)(ii), 5(1)(b)(i) and 5(1)(b)(iii).
The Confederation may, in the course of international relations in order to grant necessary immunities for diplomacy to persons and properties:
Disapply the laws of the Confederation in a certain area of an embassy, high commission, or other mission.
But nothing in this article shall prevent the Confederation from reapplying its laws in full after 72 hours notice has been given.
Disapply the enforcement of the laws upon certain persons
But no such person shall be a Citizen.
and no such person shall, while any law is not applied to them in accordance with this Article, gain Citizenship of the Confederation.
Article 10 - Rule of Law
The Confederation and the Group hold the Roblox Terms of Service and Community Rules to be paramount. They shall always be enforced regardless of any Group Rule, Constitutional Provision or any other thing whatsoever.
This Constitution is the Supreme Law of the Confederation, if any provision of any other law, International Treaty or the Common Law conflicts with this Constitution, this Constitution shall take precedence in all cases.
Notwithstanding Article 9(2), the Confederation may accede to and enforce the provisions of the following international agreements:
The Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations (“Vienna Convention”).
The Treaty on Diplomatic Relations between the Swiss Confederation and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland (“Treaty of Bern”).
Article 11 - Amendment
This Constitution and the Provisions made under it may be amended by Popular Referendum.
In order to call a Popular Referendum, a proposal must be made that must meet at least one of the following two conditions:
The Federal Council motion that there should be a referendum on the given proposal.
A petition, signed in a manner prescribed by Federal Law by at least the given number of Citizens, is given to the Confederation.
The given number is:
If the group is below 800 members, it is one quarter of the members of the group, rounded up, with a minimum amount of members needed being 30.
If the group is at or above 800 members, it is 200.
The date of a Popular Referendum will be set by the Federal Council, but it shall be within at least 90 days of the date on which a Petition is received or a motion is made by the Federal Council.
If the Federal Council set no date, the date shall be the latest permissible date.
Every person who may vote in a Federal Election under Article 6 may vote in a Popular Referendum.
Multiple proposals may be voted on at the same Referendum, with a choice for each.
Each voter will be presented with a ballot paper, for each proposal to be voted on, the voter may choose from one and only one of the following:
To support the proposal
To reject the proposal
To take no opinion on the proposal
Voting will be by secret ballot.
If for a proposal, of all votes to either support or reject the proposal, there are more votes to support the proposal than to reject the proposal, then the proposal shall be accepted and shall amend this Constitution.
No proposal shall amend nor make substantive effect on the application of:
Article 11(9) or any part thereof
Article 11(10) or any part thereof
Article 11(11) or any part thereof
Article 11(12) or any part thereof
Article 10(1) or any part thereof
Article 12(1) except for its subsections
Article 12(1)(a)
Nor shall any proposal modify the practical effect of any of the Articles referenced in Article 11(9).
Nor shall any proposal contravene the principles and values set out in any of the Articles referenced in Article 11(9).
The Group Owner (or a person or other body who has been granted the ability to act on behalf of the Group Owner in regards of this section by written declaration of the Group Owner from time to time (their “Delegate”)) may make a determination in writing which shall allow an amendment to be proposed regardless whatsoever of Article 11(9), but only in cases where said amendment is not prohibited by subsection (a), (b), © or (f) of Article 11(9).
In making such determination, they shall have due regard for:
This Constitution
The Democratic Exercise of Power
The Obligations under the Roblox Terms of Service
Any conflict of interests they may have and whether therefore such decision should be delegated
The determination will be in writing, it shall:
Specify steps taken to have due regard as required under subsection (a).
Specify the exact amendment that is permitted to be brought forward regardless of Article 11(9)
Such specification shall include a reading of the text as it currently holds in the Constitution and a reading of the text as it will hold in the Constitution if such amendment becomes Constitutional Law in the manner prescribed by this Constitution.
Include a sworn statement that in their view, the Amendment compiles with
Article 11(9)
Article 12
Include the full name of the signer and the capacity in which they are signing the determination.
If there is any question as to the authenticity of a determination the comments of the Group Owner or their Delegate shall conclusively determine the matter.
If there is any question as to whether a person is to be considered a Delegate, the comments of the Group Owner shall conclusively determine the matter.
The determination shall not, in itself, be considered as a proposal, instead it shall only be viewed as an authorization to bring forward a proposal.
The determination shall be transmitted to the Federal Council and shall not come into force until such transmission is made.
A proposal may take up to 30 days before it shall be fully integrated into Constitutional Law where necessary to transition the status of the Confederation internally or externally in order to comply with the proposal.
And during such time, it is permissible for a proposal to be proposed and voted on striking down the original proposal and making it null and void.
Article 12 - Reserved Powers
The Confederation may enforce the provisions of the Roblox Terms of Service, Community Rules and other rules made by Roblox as it sees fit notwithstanding any part of this Constitution.
With particular regard Part 4 of the Community Rules, the Group Owner, in their official capacity and responsibility as owner of the given Group as bestowed upon them by the Roblox Terms of Service, will take all necessary efforts and steps to enforce the Roblox Terms of Service and/or Community Rules and other rules made by Roblox from time to time and may notwithstanding any provision of this Constitution take any step necessary to enforce the provisions of such.
Article 13 - Implementation
This Constitution shall be implemented in accordance with the Implementation Order contained in the proposal for this Constitution.
Annex A
Anti-Cyber Malice (Ratification) (Provisional) Act 2017
Actions considered to be Armed Conflict under Article 4(4)(b)

  1. Denial of Service
    Intentionally causes, or is in conspiracy to cause, a targeted disruption of
    any internet connection. Regardless of whether that connection is of a
    person or other infrastructure. OR
  2. DOXing – Collection
    Intentionally gathers, without permission, or is in conspiracy to gather
    `without permission, personal information about a person (A) which most
    persons would reasonably consider to be private without the consent of A.
  3. DOXing - Release
    Intentionally releases, without permission, any information collected about
    a person (A) which any person which most persons would reasonably
    consider to be private and does so without the consent of A. OR
  4. Chat bombing
    Intentionally disrupts, with intent of impairing operation of, any chat service
    used by any power under Annex 2. OR
  5. Admin Abuse in war
    Uses means to gain an advantage within any place or game, which any
    reasonable person would consider to be unethical, but only in cases of war
    to which the Confederation is a party. OR
  6. Hacking
    Gains unauthorised access to a computer system, where the intent is to
    gain unauthorised access and the person reasonably knows the access is
    unauthorised. OR
  7. Scamming
    Through deception or coercion convinces any power under Annex 1 to do
    anything that gives any person any asset, advantage or other thing which
    they otherwise would not be able to obtain. OR
  8. Asset Leaking
    Makes public, or causes to be made public, without lawful authority and
    without reasonably believing that such items are publicly accessible
    (regardless of whether this public accessibility is intentional or accidental),
    source code, models, digital reproductions or other technologies
    whatsoever of any powers under Annex 2. OR
  9. Admin Abuse
    Through powers granted to them by any power under Annex 2 (A),
    performing, without lawful authority and with the intention of impairing
    operation of a group, place, asset, or any other thing owned by A any
    action which without these powers they would not be able to perform and
    which any reasonable person would consider to be powers that are not
    granted to many people by the given power.
  10. Shall be guilty of Cyber-Malice.

For the purposes of Annex 1, “the powers” are:
The Confederation or any authority under it
The Cantons or any authority under any of them.
The United Nations and its offices and authorities
A Member State of the United Nations or subdivision of any Member State of
the United Nations whatsoever.
For the purposes of Annex 2, “the domestic authorities” are:
The Confederation or any authority under it
The Cantons or any authority under any of them.

Annex B
Algorithm for Canton Citizenship
seed = person’s userId + 20
randomness =
cantons = {
[1] = Aargau
[2] = Appenzell Innerrhoden
[3] = Appenzell Ausserrhoden
[4] = Bern
[5] = Basel-Landschaft
[6] = Basel-Stadt
[7] = Fribourg
[8] = Geneva
[9] = Glarus
[10] = Graubünden
[11] = Jura
[12] = Lucerne
[13] = Neuchâtel
[14] = Nidwalden
[15] = Obwalden
[16] = St. Gallen
[17] = Schaffhausen
[18] = Solothurn
[19] = Schwyz
[20] = Thurgau
[21] = Ticino
[22] = Uri
[23] = Vaud
[24] = Valais
[25] = Zug
[26] = Zurich
selected = randomness:NextInteger()
Canton is cantons[selected]
Annex C
National Flag

Civil and Naval Ensign

Coat of Arms

Notice of Federal Referendum

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