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Schweizerische Eidgenossenschaft
Confédération suisse
Confederazione Svizzera
Confederaziun svizra
Confoederatio Helvetica
Laylay na Switzerland Coat of arms na Switzerland
Laylay Coat of arms
Motto: Latin: Unus pro omnibus, omnes pro uno (traditional)[1]
(Pangasinan: "Sakey para amin, amin para sakey")
Kansion na Dalin: Swiss Psalm
Lokasyon na Switzerland
Kabesera Bern (federal capital)
46°57′ N 7°27′ E
Sankabalgan ya siyudad Zürich
Salita ya uusarin na gobiyerno German, French, Italian


Gobiyerno Direct democracy, Federal republic
 - Federal Council Moritz Leuenberger (Pres. 06)
Pascal Couchepin
Samuel Schmid
Micheline Calmy-Rey (VP 06)
Christoph Blocher
Hans-Rudolf Merz
Doris Leuthard
Independence Federal Charter 
 - Declared August 1, 1291 
 - Recognised October 24, 1648 
 - Federal state 1848 
 - Katiponan 41,285 km² (kuma-136)
  15,940 sq mi 
 - Danom (%) 4.2
Bilang na Too  
 - Nen July 2005 7,252,000 (kuma-95)
 - Census nen 2000 7,288,010
 - Density 182/km² (kuma-61)
472/sq mi 
GDP (PPP) Nen 2005
 - Katiponan $264.1 billion (kuma-39)
 - Per capita $35,300 (kuma-10)
HDI (2003) 0.947 (7th) – high
Kwarta Swiss franc (CHF)
Zone na oras CET (UTC+1)
 - Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
Internet TLD .ch
Calling code +41
  1. The motto is traditional; it does not have an official status that was defined by the Swiss constitution or a Swiss law. See Unus pro omnibus, omnes pro uno for more information.
  2. http://www.oefre.unibe.ch/law/icl/sz00000_.html Switzerland Constitution], article 70, "Languages": (1) The official languages of the Federation are German, French, and Italian. Romansh is an official language for communicating with persons of Romansh language. (2) The Cantons designate their official languages. In order to preserve harmony between linguistic communities, they respect the traditional territorial distribution of languages, and take into account the indigenous linguistic minorities.