Switzerland’s super rich Oberwil-Lieli village where millionaires voted to reject asylum seekers & pay a £200,000 fine instead

One of Europe’s wealthiest villages is refusing to accept any asylum seekers – and has instead voted to pay a fine of £200,000.

Fears women and children could be at risk from sex attacks as well as the disruption to their peaceful way of life has led the super-rich of Switzerland’s alpine resort of Oberwil-Lieli to vote ‘no’ in a referendum to accept just ten migrants.

The picturesque village, where 300 millionaires make up 2,200 population, they all used their financial muscle to reject a Government imposed quota.