I don't. I won't be missing it all that much. I despise the people and the government, even though I like the history and my city. You can't discuss anything with anyone. They're fascist, arrogant, ignorant, throw you in categories, try to shut you up because you have different opinions. You can't go against majority, or them and their little values will be hurt. They know nothing about history. On the other and, few people do. I see a lot of shit talking online about Turkey, and even though I hate the country, I don't agree with them if what they say isn't true.
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Yes, I like it quite a lot. Contrary to most people here, I also like our government and political system quite a lot. Of course there are political parties that I hate but I love the fact that Switzerland (as the only country in the world) has direct democracy on a local, regional and national level. I know that whatever the issue is, my opinion will always be heard. I also like the fact a lot that Switzerland's political system is heavily based on compromises. This can be great because it forces people to work together. Contrary to indirect democracies such as Germany or England or America where the ruling party occupies the executive (president/prime minister etc.) and sometimes even a majority in the legislative, we don't have a president or prime minister. Our executive consists of 7 people from 4 different parties with vastly different views. If they want to achieve something, they have make compromises and find some middle ground. This can be difficult and make the political process very slow sometimes (it's much easier if one guy or one party can just decide stuff) but on the other hand you can be sure that once you get a result, it's something that a majority of the country can support.
I also like the fact that in Switzerland, people trust each other very much. We trust our government, our institutions and also other people just like ourselves. Because this trust is important to people, it also happens rarely that the trust gets broken by somebody. For example if you leave you wallet somewhere accidentally, people don't just pick it up and take it home. Swiss people love being honest and sticking to rules, which I think is a nice thing (though it can feel a bit strange to foreigners, for example when a Swiss person insists on waiting for the traffic light to turn green although it's the middle of the night and you're the only person at the crossroad). I also like the fact that we are a small country and that we consists of different cultures and languages. I believe this makes us less self-centered than people of bigger countries. Swiss people are very international and almost everyone speaks at least 2, if not 3 (or more) languages. I like our climate and some of our landscape, though I'm not into mountains. I've often heard from foreigners that Switzerland can feel very boring. I think that's partially true. Swiss cities are very boring for tourists because they're made to live there (calm, green etc.) It takes time to see their huge charm :-)1