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05.10.2018 | Anderegg rejects charges

In the Swissair trial, the former chief lawyer Karin Anderegg has rejected the accusation of creditors’ favor. “The charge is constructed,” said the defendant in Bülach.

30.10.2018 | Weapons gone

After the revision of the weapons law in the autumn session, SP, the Greens and other organizations now announce a popular initiative. The army weapons should disappear from the households and be stored in the arsenal.

11.11.2018 | No need for action

The contacts of the Swiss Federal Prosecutor’s Office with the US Guantanamo detention center are all right. This was stated by the Federal Council. The presentation of photos also revealed no evidence that could be followed up. The Federal Council was informed about this by Justice Minister Christoph Blocher. The regulatory processing of the proceedings of the Federal Prosecutor’s Office and the Federal Criminal Police took place in 2005 and 2006, said Federal Council spokesman Oswald Sigg.

24.11.2018 | Fouse defends payments

Ex-Swissair Chief Financial Officer Jacqualyn Fouse has rejected the charge of creditors’ favor. Payments to KPMG of more than 28 million francs would have affected urgent work. The KPMG partner Scott Cormack rejected the allegations of the prosecutor.

30.11.2018 | Have been forced to ground

The last Swissair CEO Mario Corti remains convinced that Swissair would not have had to go down if he followed his plans. The moratorium and the grounding had been imposed on him.

18.12.2018 | Good result

Instead of a budget deficit of 0.6 billion Swiss francs, the 2006 state accounts closed with a surplus of 2.5 billion. The federal debt is reduced by five to an estimated 125 billion, explains the Department of Finance.

04.01.2018 | Cablecom wants a view

The cable operator Cablecom wants to create clear conditions in the analog cable network and requires the Federal Council that this determines 25 channels that may not be moved to digital television by the end of 2009. The company hopes that more clarity for themselves and the customers.

10.01.2019 | Bruggisser justifies himself

At the beginning of the third Swissiar-Prozesswoche once again stood the leading CEO Philippe Bruggisser in court and continued to assert his innocence. The million payments to the then management of the Polish airline LOT were made in the opinion of Bruggisher “in the interest of SAirGroup”. The prosecution accused Bruggisser before, the then head of the company Jan Litwinski unjustified payments.