Say ‘no’ to municipal censorship

By Claire Fox | 30 October 2018
  • Claire Fox

When grassroots activists proactively engage in the democratic process, they should be allowed to do so without municipal censorship, argues Claire Fox

Councils do more than provide services. They also embody local democracy, acting as a hub for civil society to give locals a voice in national debates. This might be an ideal, not always realised, but it is a noble aspiration.

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