Antoinette Quinche (1896–1979) was a Swiss feminist and politician (Free Democratic Party of Switzerland). She was president of the Schweizerische Aktionskomitee für Frauenstimmrecht (The Swiss women suffrage union) from 1932 to 1959. In 1952, she and 1,414 other disputants from her community demanded to be entered into the voters' register. With the argument that the cantonal constitution at that time did not explicitly exclude women's voting rights, they went with their demand before the Federal Court. Again as in 1923, they were rejected by reference to Gewohnheitsrecht (customary law).

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  • Antoinette Quinche (* 25. Februar 1896 in Diesse; † 13. Mai 1979 in Lausanne) war eine Schweizer Frauenrechtlerin und Politikerin (FDP). (de)
  • Antoinette Quinche, née le 25 février 1896 à Diesse et morte le 13 mai 1979 à Lausanne, est une avocate spécialisée dans les droits de la femme vaudoise. (fr)
  • Antoinette Quinche (1896–1979) was a Swiss feminist and politician (Free Democratic Party of Switzerland). She was president of the Schweizerische Aktionskomitee für Frauenstimmrecht (The Swiss women suffrage union) from 1932 to 1959. In 1952, she and 1,414 other disputants from her community demanded to be entered into the voters' register. With the argument that the cantonal constitution at that time did not explicitly exclude women's voting rights, they went with their demand before the Federal Court. Again as in 1923, they were rejected by reference to Gewohnheitsrecht (customary law). (en)
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  • 1896-2-25
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  • 1979-5-13
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  • Swiss suffragist (en)
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  • Antoinette Quinche (* 25. Februar 1896 in Diesse; † 13. Mai 1979 in Lausanne) war eine Schweizer Frauenrechtlerin und Politikerin (FDP). (de)
  • Antoinette Quinche, née le 25 février 1896 à Diesse et morte le 13 mai 1979 à Lausanne, est une avocate spécialisée dans les droits de la femme vaudoise. (fr)
  • Antoinette Quinche (1896–1979) was a Swiss feminist and politician (Free Democratic Party of Switzerland). She was president of the Schweizerische Aktionskomitee für Frauenstimmrecht (The Swiss women suffrage union) from 1932 to 1959. In 1952, she and 1,414 other disputants from her community demanded to be entered into the voters' register. With the argument that the cantonal constitution at that time did not explicitly exclude women's voting rights, they went with their demand before the Federal Court. Again as in 1923, they were rejected by reference to Gewohnheitsrecht (customary law). (en)
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  • Antoinette Quinche (de)
  • Antoinette Quinche (fr)
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