(born 14 May 1960) is a Swiss politician of the Social Democratic Party of Switzerland. She is a member of the Swiss Federal Council, the federal government of Switzerland, and head of the Federal Department of Justice and Police (the Swiss justice minister).
18.08.2012 [Malta Independent Online] - SimonettaSommaruga, the head of the Federal Department of Justice and Police (Justice Ministry) who is also a member of the Swiss Federal Council made this announcement on the German Swiss DRS Radio yesterday morning. The immigrants hailing
17.08.2012 [MaltaToday] - Switzerland announces resettlement of 19 migrants from Malta. Update 2 | The Swiss government has announced the resettlement of 19 migrants from Malta. Share this. Switzerland's federal justice minister SimonettaSommaruga. Karl Stagno-Navarra
15.08.2012 [swissinfo.ch] - Le programme se base sur un accord que la ministre de la justice SimonettaSommaruga a conclu en juin avec la Tunisie. Il doit motiver les requérants d'asile tunisiens à retourner rapidement dans leur pays grâce à une incitation financière. Chaque
09.08.2012 [swissinfo.ch] - Justice Minister SimonettaSommaruga presented the results of the study in Bern on Thursday. Researchers found 348 cases of forced marriage in which a woman was put under pressure to marry against her will, largely for reasons having to do with
27.09.2010 by Rhonda Hull The historic shift in the balance of power came as the Swiss parliament in Bern voted SimonettaSommaruga, a Social Democrat MP, on to the cabinet, a Federal Council. The council is comprised of seven politicians from different parties, ...
24.09.2010 by tevezsdog The election of SimonettaSommaruga, of the Social Democratic party, to the seven-member Swiss federal council means there are now four women and three men in jobs at the helm of the country's political system. ...
23.09.2010 by Chris in Paris The election of SimonettaSommaruga, 50, a Social Democrat, is a historic step in a country where women only got to vote on a national level in 1971. Ms Sommaruga becomes the fourth female in the seven-member Federal Council.