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Popular Initiative: 100,000 citizens (roughly 2.5% of the electorate) may demand for a change of the constitution by signing a form. The federal parliament is obliged to discuss the initiative, it may decide to recommend or to reject the initiative or it may propose an alternative. Whatever they choose to do, all citizens will finally decide in a referendum whether to accept the initiative, the alternate proposal or stay without change.
Friend, if I may call you as such, why would I be able to find an answer better than you?
Answer me that. And you also say better, so you must have an answer, what could it be?
Perhaps the situation of the displaced people?
What do you mean by "increased awareness of tools"?
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Just as a last comment on your own final words of reply, I'd argue that not helping people just keeps them at a predatory level of soul. Take the American justice system for example. The purpose is to punish, but not help and that breeds criminals or to the very least maintains them.
Is there really such a thing as too much empathy?