Cornwall Council finally sets a date for restoring democracy

Posted By on 6th May 2020

By Peter Tremayne Cornwall Council is to attempt its first “virtual” meeting next week – with a meeting called to talk about meetings. An extraordinary meeting of the Constitution and…

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  1. Mr Sands is correct, this is unacceptable.
    We need to be EMPLOYING staff that are not here just for the money. And, obey the orders that our Elected Councillors give them.
    I can not be the only Kernewek person who has had enough of being treated by these people entering our country of Kernow, and treating us as fith class people.
    We need to get back to democracy. NOW.
    Elizabeth Hawken

  2. “Ms Kennally is also advocating a constitutional change which will give officers even greater control over the agendas for meetings. Should officials decide an issue is “not urgent” it will not be discussed.”
    Delegation awarded by Councillors to Council employees is acceptable but the above is totally unacceptable. Elected Councillors decide and Council employees carry out those decisions.It’s known as democracy in this Country.

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