[pp.int.general] Uppsala Declaration
aiarakoa at yahoo.es
Mon Jun 30 05:16:05 CEST 2008
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De: Sina Amoor Pour <sina.amoorpour at gmail.com>
Enviado: lunes, 30 de junio, 2008 2:29:24
> Guys, you seem to have missed that Mårten also wrote: "The paper is not to be viewed as a restriction on national
> parties, but as support and startingpoint."
I saw it, as well as I saw that Marten also wrote: "we have now finalised a European Pirate Parties Declaration of a basic
plattform for the European Parliaments election of 2009". A paper cannot state one thing and the opposite: or it's a basic platform of the European Pirate Parties for the European Parliament Election of 2009, or it's not to be viewed as a restriction on national parties ... because folks, platforms, like promises -actually, platforms are kind of sets of political promises-, are to be fulfilled; thus, a platform is pretty restrictive if one accept it. A platform is really a serious thing.
> Now I'm not a member of any Pirate party, but my advise is to not call this paper for a declaration. Because a
> declaration is more restrictive than this paper seems to be and calling it a declaration will only lead to conflicts
> between the national parties.
Marten himself called it our -"European Pirate Parties"- basic platform: thus, calling it declaration or a different name doesn't really matter. So, I repeat the questions:
- is this a preliminary draft? a final draft? or a definitive text?
- who has written it?
- who has already signed it?
Simple questions which will lead to simple answers. After having those answers, we in PIRATA will be able to comment this text. Regards,
( AIarakoa )
Partido Pirata National Board's Chairman
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