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By John Revill and Noele Illien
ZURICH/BERN (Reuters) -Switzerland’s custom of reliable consensus politics has taken a battering after the federal government used an emergency legislation to push by a state-backed mega-merger of UBS and Credit score Suisse, sidelining the nation’s parliament.