In my previous, I posed a question. The question is for politicians and public servants, and anyone else whom the people are supposed to "trust" with control over enormous public resources and power; power and resources that belong fundamentally, to the people.
Within your public service, those hours which you wield the people's power and spend their resources;
To what standards of conduct and competence are you willing to be held actually and honestly accountable?
How? By what process will you ensure due process of complaints filed against you?
|Protesting the removal of the public|
forum from their public meetings
circa 2007, link.
I was reminded in 2013, link; I asked the question in my very first post, link, in August 2006.
At the time, I was complaining about the fact that the newspapers wouldn't investigate and report on the ethics, standards and accountability scandal* in the leadership.
*It is a "scandal" and not a "crisis" because... and because the newspaper is part of the cover up of the "crisis".
they're spending operational dollars to cover it up.
photo Mark Bralley