Please read the sources. There are rules in Switzerland. This rules state, that Easyjet Switzerland does not qualify. Interestingly due to the low turnover they qualify for other government help programs. It is clearly stated who qualifies for which program and therefore you do not need to politicize the topic on a LX vs Easyjet basis as your allegations and comments are not funded on facts.
if the Swiss government doesn't want suspicions to linger that the supposedly empirical rules were crafted to include only certain companies, it will have to disclose how it determined that easyJet's parent company was financially strong enough to support easyJet Switzerland, whereas Lufthansa could not provide a proportional level of support for Swiss. Unless and until that is clear, it will have the appearance of the government playing favorites.
Not to mention this nugget in "the source" you linked to: "The aviation-related businesses required to maintain Switzerland's international links, such as Swissport International, Gategroup and SR Technics, operate worldwide and are majority-owned by Asian investors
. The current corporate structures of Swissport and Gategroup do not yet permit financial support from the Confederation under the conditions laid down." Again, this needs a much deeper explanation, because right now it reads as Asians bad and German (investor) good. Not a good look.
I read the April 8, 2020 press release that is referenced in what you call "the source" and I find no explanation as to why easyJet Switzerland or companies owned by Asian investors do not quality. Granted, it is only a press release and is probably short of details... But details there needs to be if the government doesn't want to be accused of playing favorites.https://www.admin.ch/gov/en/start/docum ... 78741.html