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October 19, 2015 -- The Swiss People's Party is heading for a record win in Switzerland.

Stigmatized as "anti-immigration" and "far-right" by the mainstream Marxist media, the party of patriots is expected to win about one-third of the seats in parliament's lower house.

The party is expected to win 64 of the 200 seats. That would be an historic win.

The election will give the center-right a majority.

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Switzerland’s largest party, the populist rightwing anti-immigration Swiss People’s party (SVP) looked set for a record win in the parliamentary election, with media reports projecting on Sunday it will take a third of seats in the lower house.

Based on final vote counts in half of Switzerland’s 26 cantons, and partial counts in 11 others, the ATS news agency forecast the party would take 11 additional seats in parliament.

That would give it 64 of the 200 seats in the lower house, beating its previous record high of 62 after the 2007 election.

Along with advances made by the centre-right Liberal party, Switzerland’s third-largest party, SVP’s gains should tip the scale from the centre-left towards a centre-right majority.

Opinion polls had suggested SVP would gain electoral ground amid concerns over migration and asylum rules, but few had predicted such a dramatic upswing in Sunday’s vote.

Among the parliamentarians already sure to take a seat is Magdalena Martullo-Blocher in Graub√ľnden.

She is the daughter of perhaps Switzerland’s most controversial politician, Christoph Blocher, the SVP vice-president who served in government from 2004-07 before being pushed out over his extreme positions and confrontational style.

The expected centre-right shift comes after rising numbers of migrants and refugees moving through Europe heightened the focus on the issue in Switzerland, even though the wealthy alpine nation is yet to be significantly affected by the crisis.

“One theme has unfortunately been very dominant during the campaign,” Rebecca Ruiz, a candidate for the Socialists, Switzerland’s second-largest party, told the Swiss broadcaster RTS, saying: “People voted out of fear.”

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  1. Fear? is that what they call it when people don't want their country taken over by murderous fanatics that want them dead? What I love about these fanatics is they want the benefits of White countries but not the tax paying population that makes the benefits possible.How stupid can they be? Ahh never mind that question.