Swiss Riding Culture Entitled "Link alternative Center remains thanks to clever campaign the autonomous cultural and meeting center get riding school" in Bern itself for the fifth time against the impending sale fought. Because the Centre and its link political members are a thorn in the side parts of the Bernese City Council, there was now a new vote on the future of building and grounds of the former riding Hall. The portal for Web auctions auvito.de reported about the creative use of the proponents of the riding school. Supporters of the school had invited also the politically little else interested to vote with music performances and a special idea: letter vote specifically special postage stamps were produced that didn't miss their effect. With a final score of 68.4 percent against that of the young SVP of targeted initiative closure and sale of the riding school to the highest bidder"decided the city Berne to once again for the continued existence of the school as a cultural centre and in this particular case against the construction of a shopping centre or a swimming pool on the terrain. "The slogan of prize: 1 x no" this explicitly aimed at a sale of the cultural site, which is known mainly for their concerts in the Bern region. "That the Hall", as it is called by the Bernese youth, should be also source left violence, is the opinion of the young SVP politician Erich Hess. Response on his initiative to close down the Turkish-born comedian Muslum dedicated a song him promptly. The musical supporters of the riding school within a short time conquered the YouTube fan base with Erich, why you bisch nid honestly". The decision on the riding school well beyond the city limits has therefore become, to the topic of conversation.

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