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Conservative Policy Forum (CPF) - Values (1/3)

Mercredi, septembre 27th, 2017

Considering the post-Brexit era Erika Angelidi, the Conservatives Abroad Representative in Greece, has provided us with the following input for our Conservative Policy Forum (CPF) discussion meeting on the 29th September. The rest of her text on the CPF’s subject of “Conservative Values” is expected in the next few days:

“Our first priority is and should remain the well-being of the British people and the permanence of the influence and radiance of British culture.

My suggestion is therefore the following: that the afflicted groups of the population such as the homeless or those in a weaker financial state must be supported, so that we may all, as a body, enter the post-Brexit era.

I would like to suggest that local communities express more of their own voice and everyone be urged to partake as an active citizen. If citizens were to express their demands and solutions on a local level periodically (every 2-3 months), and these were documented and forwarded to the parliamentary members concerned, this goal would be attained. This would be an efficient instrument in aiding the growth of local communities as well as improving their living conditions.

Another sector that could be ameliorated is education, which is the “bread of life”. A means to its improvement is for teachers to work voluntarily and offer supporting classes, especially for the needier groups of the population.

We live in times where a new future arises and we need to critically reflect on ways to ameliorate our existing situation, as we are called to make history in the post-Brexit era.”

Erika Angelidi
Conservatives Abroad Representative Greece
Athens