ANALYSIS | 2020’s political stones that will cause ripples in 2021

The first sitting of the National Assembly, on 27 May, after lockdown was announced two months before.

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While most people would probably have been glad to see the end of 2020, one can’t just turn one’s back on this annus horribilis and pretend it never happened, as much as one wants to. Its events will continue to shape the politics of 2021, writes parliamentary reporter Jan Gerber.

Here are some of the political stones of 2020 that will continue to cause ripples in the new year:  

The Covid-19 pandemic

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