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Vaud politicians call for 'anti-radicalization hotline'
MPs in the canton of Vaud are calling for the creation of a telephone helpline for people to report others they suspect of being radicalized.
The bill, led by MP Claire Richard, was lodged with the Vaud government on Tuesday, reported news agencies.
Manned by qualified personnel, the hotline would help combat terrorism by allowing people to voice their suspicions, feel its supporters.
"Reporting your suspicion about someone you know and asking for help is often a very difficult step to take," say the bill's backers, feeling that a permanent hotline would help in this situation.
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