Switzerland, formally the Swiss Confederation, is a small federal parliamentary republic in Europe, known for it's banking system, Swiss cheese, Army knives and neutrality in both World Wars.

Switzerland has been a confederation for hundreds of years. Commonly with most confederations, Switzerland does not have a head of state. It is run by a Federal Council with a Federal Chancellor, who is elected once a year.

Didier Foucault hailed from Switzerland.


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