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Divorces between foreigners to take

In the past year were made in Switzerland, 16’200 divorces, 2.1 percent more than in the previous year. This increase is due exclusively to marriages between foreigners; they were almost a quarter (+23.4 per cent) more likely to divorce than 2018, and reached 4247 divorces a preliminary high point, as the provisional population figures from the Federal statistical office show.

the Swiss, and mixed-national couples, however, 2018 is triggered less often your vows than in the previous year; in the case of the Former, the Divorce rate dropped to 6.1 percent, in the case of the mixed pairs was 0.9 percent.

For one, it could be that the divorce behavior of foreign couples closer to the Swiss average: "That would mean only that the populations begin to converge. One could then speak of a normalization of the divorce behavior of immigrant population", says Sabine street, a Social anthropologist at the University of Bern. But it is the overall divorce rate among foreign citizens and state citizens, not communicated to the BFS, unfortunately.

psychologist Guy Bodenmann, a couple of researchers at the University of Zurich, believes it is feasible, "that many foreign couples can take in the liberal context, Switzerland is more of a divorce than in their home country, where sometimes a larger social constraints prevail". It may be that the couples dare, depending on the culture to get a divorce on a circle in Switzerland rather than in their home country.

"by uprooting increased uncertainty," said the sociologist Ueli Mäder Basel as a possible cause. These hardened first, in the case of Older close ideas. Differences compared to the other values that represented the environment and their own children tighter to himself: "This can lead to a head."

"relationships break up especially often, when you need to carry a heavy burden."Klaus Heer, couple therapist

penetrates Even more into the Private sphere of the Berne couple therapist Klaus army with his attempt at an explanation, if he "makes the big Stress" for the marital rift is responsible, the two people in a be exposed for both tourism world: "relationships break up especially often, when you need to carry a heavy burden of external and endure."

at the same time it is also important to note that the number of Married among foreigners according to the "refugee of the year 2015" the year after a peak. A comparatively high number of marriages that result from it, and since then has gone apart. A first peak of a result of divorces show now, so army.

so, While foreign couples increasingly separate paths, the number of divorces in native and mixed-national couples. The divorce peak was reached in 2010, with 54 per cent, since then, a trend has occurred turn.

especially the young generations, sees a psychologist, floor man as a driving force: "In the case of the Younger ones, which enter into a marriage, has increased the desire for a safe haven of security." Many have experienced the divorce of parents and wished for in our own marriage emotional security and stability. This will also in one of his studies: While in 2010, four out of five of the young people surveyed Loyalty as the most important factor for a successful partnership would have given, were it in 2015, almost all (95 percent).

sociologist Mäder speaks here, instead of Loyalty rather from the need for "more freely chosen commitment," the result of a new freedom, "a certain degree of arbitrariness felt by many as a too-cool". This new liability to keep a number of couples no longer together: "it is Not because it is religiously ordained." But probably also for economic uncertainties and the Global nature of cause, to look for more stability in the family. Especially since a household is financially more affordable.

The need for security also pay the current Marriage. In the course of the year 2018 were married in Swiss with each other even a little more often than in the previous year (+0.4 percent). For the remaining pairs, the number declined, however. The result, in Switzerland, a total of 39’800 pairs gave the Yes-word, 2 percent less than in the previous year.

don't tell Gays and lesbians like in 2018, so Yes to each other. Only 685 of same-sex couples could register their partnership since the introduction of the partnership law in 2007, this number was only in 2011 deeper.

This is remarkable, as the Swiss Parliament is about to regulate the marriage and to make them in the future, to all couples, regardless of sex and sexual orientation. A new draft law, the Homosexual access to civil marriage, was sent into the consultation process.

Maybe you should think in view of the latest statistical developments instead of a "marriage for all" rather than the abolition of marriage. Roman Heggli from the umbrella Association of gay and Bi men in the negative vehemently: Many homosexual women and men left their partnership currently do not enter, but waited for the "marriage for all". Because they want the same rights and obligations, and then also not more in any form will ask you for the civil, with the "registered partnership" have to come out of the closet, but as a heterosexual "married", you can tick the box. Heggli says: "Moreover, the claim of the "marriage for all" to fight for the right to be able to how all the other couples choose whether you want to marry or not."

(editing Tamedia)

Created: 14.03.2019, 14:18 PM

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