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[Public politics]Chief of staff

Post by Johannes Nuntiator on 2010-07-15, 11:22

Since Medrolke announced to be inactive until the start of August, shouldn't there be appointed a new Chief of Staff?
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Re: [Public politics]Chief of staff

Post by MaryamQ on 2010-07-15, 17:07

That is really the option of the CP. If he feels he needs another Chief of Staff, it will be his choice to find one.
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Re: [Public politics]Chief of staff

Post by Mudduck95 on 2010-07-16, 02:16

MaryamQ that is right. Even though i think that one is not needed. It is up to him.
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Re: [Public politics]Chief of staff

Post by Thore Thoreson on 2010-07-16, 03:16

CoS is really a person that coordinates everyone and becomes a central point of contact and assistant. With all the changes in the economic modules and war module I have really been forced to take a more direct and hands-on approach, so a CoS is really not needed now.
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Re: [Public politics]Chief of staff

Post by Johannes Nuntiator on 2010-07-16, 08:39

Thore Thoreson wrote:CoS is really a person that coordinates everyone and becomes a central point of contact and assistant. With all the changes in the economic modules and war module I have really been forced to take a more direct and hands-on approach, so a CoS is really not needed now.

This is of course a decision of the president, but I guess, the population has the right to know if and how the resign of the CoS is influencing the governmental working.

From my part I have all the trust in the fact that the president has the skills and the motivation to coordinate his team properly.
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Re: [Public politics]Chief of staff

Post by Thore Thoreson on 2010-07-16, 14:20

Smile

I think we have a really good team and we are all working together to build Belgium from the ashes of the migration. But, please, continue to ask questions and keep us honest. I have no problem whatsoever with an involved and engaged Citizen wanting more information regarding the workings and structure of your Government. We are here to help you succeed.
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