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Life at the Ecuadorian Embassy

Just in case you thought life there was all beers and skittles, take a look at Julian's Diary:

(Sorry, I see that you do have to log in - doesn't talk long, and the FT is just dying to have you on their books!)



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When our council goes into public excluded session do we really believe that what happens needs to be kept from us? Do the citizens who were elected know better than us what we should know? Do some decisions need to be hidden when they concern our community/nation? I believe that "no secrets "forces honesty and removal of advantages over others lives. When Julian put confidential material in the public domain it could only lead to accountability and better decisions based on knowledge. People only want secrets when they have something to hide. Is the hunt for Julian a sign of elite revenge. To conclude; all knowledge is worthwhile--it sets us free.

July 8, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterPeter H Wood,

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