Posted by Baron Johan on December 03, 1997 at 21:47:24:
In Reply to: The Cabinet and ladonians posted by Nemo on December 02, 1997 at 12:40:43:
: All ladonians, hello!
: I've done some thinking (partly together with my friends), and come to the following idea: What about making the Cabinet a bit more open for common citizens? It is a common practice in other democratic countries to give their citizens the possibility of controlling what the government does. The Cabinet could open a WWW-page, where it would publish internal letters, suggestions, ideas and currents results.
: The citizens will then be able to see what the Cabinet does (if it does anything at all), and possibly post some suggestions on ladoniaboard, or mail them directly to the respective ministers.
: Ladonians will then see that Ladonia is actually a living country, and that will probably boost the activity here on the board, and around the projects.
: I would like to receive some comments on this idea, especially from the members of the Cabinet, and from our hourned State Secretary, Lars Vilks.
: Defying the absence, Nemo.
The split between the cabinet and this forum has
become rather noticeable, in that I agree with you.
However, our highly esteemed SS regularly publish the
good highlights in the Herald, not to be forgotten.
What you *miss* is the rest, which certainly would
give you another picture of the current state of being,
on the cabinet-island. As Mr Jarl said, it surely
wouldn't boost activities here on the mainland, publishing
it entirely. In that sence the isolation of the cabinet is for better or worse.
Maybe your ideas could be a good thing, at this certain
moment in time, to change the routines.
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