Crowd-sourcing is a positive thing. It allows for everyone's views to be accounted for, and it can help dissect problems which legislators may have missed. Whether or not pressure for direct democracy is a constitutional question that should be addressed but other methods need to be tried before asking that question. More involvement from the public is needed in all areas of parliament, including drafting legislation. An increase in participatory democracy is needed (jury duty but more flexible), an idea touted by the Greeks such as wiki law means that the collective intelligence of the public is always greater than the small grouped intelligence of legislators. More needs to be done to promote consultations like this one to the public, a lot of people will not know how to participate in the democratic process even if they want to, a lot of work is needed for a person to find out how to participate.