Answer of the President of the South Aegean Regional Council to Natasa Venetokli
I am sure that when Voltaire was defending freedom of speech, he was talking about a real and not a sham democracy………
The citizens in the South Aegean trusted us to manage and manage situations that are particularly difficult..
Not to accept lessons of superficial "cooperation" from some and to turn the Regional Council into an arena, taking advantage of the special circumstances of the meetings by teleconference.
Mrs. Venetokli, as a member of the presidency of the Regional Council, he should be well acquainted with the regulation and act as its custodian, instead of waving his finger critically, about an alleged attempt to silence him.
Due to its institutional role, Mrs. Venetokli, before preaching "freedom of speech", should separate the concepts and then answer whether arena-type practices express it so, to defend them.