Switzerland wants to be able to spy on its social insured

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The Swiss are pronouncing Sunday on a new law giving a right of "secret" surveillance to health insurance to unmask fraudsters.


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The Swiss are pronouncing Sunday on a new law giving a right of "secret" surveillance to health insurance to unmask fraudsters.

The Swiss press speaks of the "mystery of the bedroom". For how far can social insurance go to check if a person is really sick, or disabled enough to receive a disability pension, called "pension AI"? The Swiss are pronouncing this Sunday, November 25 on the amendment "of the federal law on the general part of the law of social insurance." A complicated formula to designate a law that will allow the supervision of the insured. The Federal Council (Government) and the Parliament call for a "yes" vote, justifying that social insurance must be able to "secretly observe the insured to establish with certainty whether he is entitled to benefits".

The current President of the Confederation, the Socialist Alain Berset, Minister of the Interior and Health, defends the new law, considering that it is "central to fight effectively against people who abuse" the insurance system .

According to the latest polls, the spies of insureds should prevail easily, with more than 60% of the vote. The "yes" is supported by the right, the extreme right and even the liberal Greens. On the other hand, the left (the Socialists and the Greens), a minority, is opposed to this law which gives, according to her, a blank check to the insurances. These would be "authorized to massively violate the privacy of the insured and escape control. The necessary technical means can be used almost without restriction ", assure the partisans of the" no ".

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