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Castles on Sand

Administrative prose and public agency websites are a reflection of our levels and aspirations often to an internet-savvy world, but what really matters is whether the agencies do walk the talk

By Jan Arden

Recent weeks have seen the island engulfed in a number of storms ranging from flood disaster discontent through water shortages to the plight of many sections of the population with cascading price rises, not all due to the Ukraine crisis, to the recent “exfiltration” by the police (against a stay order from the Supreme Court) of a Slovak national with an Occupation permit to a waiting plane, and the reactions of or the management by the authorities of such events. While some observers are still trying to figure out the communiqué from the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) about this matter, many questions are yet unanswered and may be the subject of more controversies or revelations in the days ahead. Read More… Become a Subscriber

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