A member of the district election office Stadtkreis 3 sorts ballots for the Swiss federal elections in Zurich, Switzerland October 20, 2019. (REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann)
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Switzerland's Greens took aim at the country's financial services sector after parliamentary election gains which shifted the balance of political power to the left.Switzerland's Greens gained a record 17 seats to hold 28 in the 200-seat lower house, putting them in fourth place.The more centrist and pro-business Green Liberal Party added nine seats to control 16, leaving the right-wing Swiss People's Party (SVP) weakened but still parliament's biggest force.Zurich Insurance and Swiss Re have pledged not to cover or invest in companies that generate more than 30% of their revenue from coal.
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