On Wed, 9 Mar 2005 22:09:19 +0000, Timothy Murphy
<tim at birdsnest.maths.tcd.ie> wrote:
> On Tuesday 08 March 2005 13:22, Daniel Goldsmith wrote:
>> > A quick perusal of that SCAD site (highly appropriate name) has done
> > little other than convince me again of the sheer anti-democratic
> > nature of the beast.
>> Seems a perfectly sensible article to me.
> What exactly is your objection?
> Do you want different property laws in every EU country?
> What a nightmare for anyone actually trying to make sense of them.
Firstly, I was referring to the entirety of the SCAD site, not just to
that one article, as was surely clear from the above quoted sentence.
Secondly, what, precisely, is wrong with each country having their own
laws? The enactment of laws is a solemn duty carried out by
parliaments, based upon the wishes of the electorate. It is not the
right of some crowd of has-been politicos sitting in closed session
out of the public gaze.
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