Tuesday, 21 May 2013
Fights, passengers who don't pay the fare, music too loud, alcohol: in post buses on Line 12 between Solothurn and Oberbalmberg things often go bad. Rejected asylum seekers from the Balmberg asylum centre often don't care about the rules. "I have been insulted and once even attacked," recounts one bus driver.

In a Swiss first, Postauto is now trying to counter this. Stickers on the window now read "Criminal offences (abuse, threats and assault) against bus personnel will be pursued ex officio by the police" in French, English - and Arabic.
Source: 20Minuten.ch Via: EuropeNews


Anonymous said...

This can happen only in Switzerland because

1. The Swiss are not prisoners of the EU.

2. All policies are in the hands of the people and not in the hands of politicians.


Anonymous said...

Totally agree with dp 111. Long live referendums and no brusselstan. The Swiss have got it worked out. At least there democracy still has a change!



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