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Would a court here in a democracy overturn a referendum result due to Swiss Islam?
What I mean is can the Muslims overturn the votes?
- Anonymous1 month agoFavourite answer
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- ?Lv 71 month ago
It should because the courts do not just protect majority, they protect minority rights when appropriate. If they just protected majority, they would be supporting someone like Hitler too.
- Anonymous1 month ago
Europe is Growing up Poland has banned Muslims so has Hungary Sweden is changing its laws Belgium bans veils Switzerland bans Veils
time the EU court Banned all Islamic head Coverings
or allow us with Full Face helmets with dark Visors into any government Building Islam is a cult
- oldprofLv 71 month ago
Understand Switzerland is a democracy. I think the Muslims are going to need to learn an important rule, secular law overrules religious law in a democracy. They will have to uncover or leave.
The Muslims have brought this on themselves by allowing the extremists to carry out their terrorism in the name of Allah.
But to your point...I would not be surprised if the SCOTUS overturned such a secular law as being prejudicial.
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- OnlookerLv 71 month ago
In the US all of us are protected by the US Constitution; otherwise, you risk "tyranny of the majority," which could mean the majority (such as Christians, white people, middle class people, or urban people) voting in laws that discriminate against smaller groups.