US President Joe Biden has invited 112 countries to share the commitments and proposals for supporting democracy at the first "World Democracy Summit". 

This has been harshly criticised by non-invited governments in countries like Russia and China, who has launched its very own "International Democracy Forum“.

Switzerland does have a constitutional provision to support democracy worldwide and has for the very first time formulated what this means (read more in the article below). Could the country be more outspoken?

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