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After medling with my city hall i had this new resolution:
How about turning all political and public organisations transparent?

After medling with my city hall i had this new resolution:
How about turning all political and public organisations transparent?
main 2 problams:1. will the mayer and counsil agree?
2. how do you pay for that
wll for 1 youll have to have a lobby and try to presuate tham
as for 2 i was thinking about a sort of internet pub on a server i was thinking of open source program , than youed have to start scaning old matirials and maps and when its ready youll have to have the city hall or what ever people save their documents on the server as well as localy.

im going to try work it out where i live
please email me your ideas

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Nice idea, but a bit naive

Take for example the famous "path of the wall". There was a protest camp in Dier Balut a few months ago, in a construction site of a school.
They got from various Israeli authorities 3 different maps. In one of them, the school was outside the fence (typical), in another one it was inside the fence, but close enough to become a "security risk" that has to be demolished, in the third map, the 60-100m wide barrier went *over* the school (and it had to be demolished, of course).
All 3 maps came from some Israeli office(s). There were probably officials who saw all 3, but there's only one person who will decide according to his immediate needs where to build the next meter of the barrier, and his name is Ariel Sharon.
Transparency is a god idea, and we should continue to do whatever we can in order to research how to implement it (see http://www.law.co.il/shownews.php?d=h&abtd=1&news=1366), but in Israel of 2004, where Vanunu is not allowed to see what *he* said in his trial because that's too classified for *him*, transparency is a mere dream

Nice idea, but a bit naive

Take for example the famous "path of the wall". There was a protest camp in Dier Balut a few months ago, in a construction site of a school.
They got from various Israeli authorities 3 different maps. In one of them, the school was outside the fence (typical), in another one it was inside the fence, but close enough to become a "security risk" that has to be demolished, in the third map, the 60-100m wide barrier went *over* the school (and it had to be demolished, of course).
All 3 maps came from some Israeli office(s). There were probably officials who saw all 3, but there's only one person who will decide according to his immediate needs where to build the next meter of the barrier, and his name is Ariel Sharon.
Transparency is a god idea, and we should continue to do whatever we can in order to research how to implement it (see http://www.law.co.il/shownews.php?d=h&abtd=1&news=1366), but in Israel of 2004, where Vanunu is not allowed to see what *he* said in his trial because that's too classified for *him*, transparency is a mere dream

Nice idea, but a bit naive

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Nice idea, but a bit naive

A bit mean, I have read very carefully your article, so I learned a lot

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