Switzerland is set to hold a referendum on whether all mandatory vaccinations should be banned.
The Swiss Freedom Movement (MLS) association collected 125,000 signatures, 25,000 more than required, to trigger the vote.
While mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations are not in place at the moment, they are currently allowed in Swiss law and the incoming president has said he would consider their use.
MLS is calling for the Swiss Constitution to be amended to include the fundamental right of each citizen to decide for themselves whether to be injected or implanted by anything.
The initiative says: “The person concerned must not be punished for having refused to give his consent, nor suffer social or professional disadvantages.”
The law would apply to COVID-19 shots as well as “other vaccines, chips and digital information that would be implanted in the body.”
The referendum would likely take place in 2022. Referenda are set to take place in March, June, September and November of 2022.
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