2 The French term canton was not adopted into German usage prior to 1648, and after that only in occasional use.
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Citizens may demand a popular vote to amend the cantonal constitution or laws, or to veto laws or spending bills passed by the parliament.Only with the Act of Mediation of 1803 did German Kanton become an official designation, retained in the Swiss Constitution of 1848.Wapen Afkorting Kanton Sinds Hoofdstad Bevolking Oppervlakte Dichtheid Aantal gemeentes Taal/Talen ZH Zürich 1351 Zürich.228.600.Duits AR Appenzell Ausserrhoden 1513 Herisau.In the 20th century, some Jurassic separatists suggested a new canton of Jura to be divided into half-cantons of North Jura and South Jura.Schweizerisches Bundesstaatsrecht (in German) (7th.).The status of Switzerland as registrerade sexförbrytare i 85018 a federation of states was restored, at the time including 19 cantons (the six accessions to the early modern Thirteen Cantons being composed of former associates and subject territories:.Duits, Reto-Romaans, Italiaans AG Aargau 1803 Aarau 550.900.Most of Romandy 's cantons ( Geneva, Jura, Neuchâtel, Valais 5 and Vaud 6 ) and Ticino 7 call themselves république/Repubblica republics officially, at least within their constitutions.3 Contents Terminology and its historical development edit The term canton, now also used as English term for administrative subdivisions of other countries, originates in French usage in the late 15th century, from a word for "edge, corner" (recorded in Fribourg in 1475).Duits SH Schaffhausen 1501 Schaffhausen.
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