Chief, Federal Department of Justice and Police Eveline Widmer-schlumpf of Switzerland

Widmer-Schlumpf is married and has three children.
Widmer-Schlumpf received her degree in law at the University of Zürich in 1981 and her LLD in 1990.
Widmer-Schlumpf was named as an alternative candidate to Christoph Blocher by the Christian Democrat, Social Democrat and Green fractions in the Swiss Federal Council elections of 12 December 2007.
After her election, Widmer-Schlumpf was intensely opposed by the national leadership of the Swiss People's Party, who denounced her as a traitor to her party for accepting an election that she won without the support of the party.
Widmer-Schlumpf accepts cabinet post, swissinfo 13 December 2007.
Swiss Justice Minister Eveline Widmer-Schlumpf has called for a stop of death tourism -- the practice of people traveling to Switzerland to die, a local newspaper reported on Sunday.
GENEVA, July 13 (Xinhua) -- Swiss Justice Minister Eveline Widmer-Schlumpf has called for a stop of death tourism -- the practice of people traveling to Switzerland to die, a local newspaper reported on Sunday.
she was ``without a political fatherland.
Berne - Eveline Widmer-Schlumpf has accepted her seat in the seven-seat Swiss cabinet, effectively resolving the government crisis sparked off when sitting member Christoph Blocher was voted off in a surprise move, reports said Thursday.
Widmer-Schlumpf had asked to be allowed to consider her decision until Thursday morning after being nominated in place of her colleague on Wednesday.
Federal Councillor Eveline Widmer-SchlumpfEveline Widmer-Schlumpf was born on March 16, 1956, in Felsberg, Grisons, where she and her two sisters spent their childhood.
Eveline Widmer-Schlumpf received a degree in law from the University of Zrich in 1981.
Federal Councillor Eveline Widmer-Schlumpf is a member of the BDP Switzerland.
Jul 13, 2008 Justice Minister Eveline Widmer-Schlumpf says she would like to put a stop to "death tourism" – the practice of people travelling to Switzerland to die.
Widmer-Schlumpf is married and has three.
Eveline Widmer-Schlumpf was elected in December 2007.
no role in the election itself, and Eveline Widmer-Schlumpf was elected to replace Blocher.
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Swiss Justice Minister Eveline Widmer-Schlumpf says the practice is giving her nation a bad name.
Switzerlands euthanasia law is a disgrace, and Swiss Justice Minister Eveline Widmer-Schlumpf knows it.
Demonstrators, including many women and young people, cheered in the square outside the parliament building when the news that Widmer-Schlumpf had accepted was announced.
Widmer-Schlumpf took her oath on Thursday morning.
Widmer-Schlumpf expressed her acceptance not only in German, the language spoken by most Swiss, but also in Romansch, an ancient language derived from Latin that is still spoken in the Alpine valleys of eastern Switzerland.
Widmer-Schlumpf has been elected on last December 12, 2007 in favour of far-right strongman of the Swiss People's Party (SVP) Christoph Blocher.
Assisted-suicide organizations now allow someone to come to Switzerland and die the next day, Justice Minister Eveline Widmer-Schlumpf said in an interview with Sonntagszeitung yesterday.
The Swiss Minister Widmer-Schlumpf said she was satisfied with the results of the talks she had with her Bulgarian counterpart on drug and human trafficking, and especially on the trafficking of sex slaves.
Eveline Widmer-Schlumpf has announced she will accept her nomination to the cabinet, where she will replace controversial People's Party colleague Christoph Blocher.
Aged 51, Eveline Widmer-Schlumpf has had a long and successful career in cantonal politics.
Widmer-Schlumpf is considered fast-thinking and an experienced speaker.
On Thursday Foreign Minister Micheline Calmy-Rey said the government stood right behind Widmer-Schlumpf and that the People's Party's behaviour was "unacceptable", pointing out that Widmer-Schlumpf had been democratically elected by parliament.
All the main political groups – the Social Democrats, the Radicals, the Christian Democrats and the Greens – also strongly condemned the People's Party, unanimously saying the attempt to remove Widmer-Schlumpf was "unworthy" of a democracy.
Eveline Widmer-Schlumpf has done the right thing by standing up for justice and contesting against Former Justice Minister Christoph Blocher.
Widmer-Schlumpf accepted her nomination on yesterday, joining fellow SVP member and Blocher opponent Samuel Schmid on the Council.
Eveline Widmer-Schlumpf accepted her election as Swiss Federal Council.