Post by Eðo Grischun on Feb 22, 2019 23:18:42 GMT -6
Can the UC restrict speech on a provincial board in the manner it just has?
In absence of any other venue, this sub-board, for all intents and purposes is the province itself.
The Court issuing a restraining order barring a Vuodean citizen from posting on the Vuodean sub-board is akin to (temporary) banishment from the province itself.
As far as legalities go, no crime of any level, nor any malfeasance, has occurred within the province; nor has the province of Vuode suffered any damages.
I'm not a legal expert, but it seems to me that the UC has overstepped a jurisdictional line here.
All free and franchised Vuodean citizens should be able to engage in their Vuodean business without hindrance. The UC has no authority to ban a Vuodean from speaking 'on Vuodean soil' unless the Province itself sought such a relief from the Court.
I am not in a position to speak for the entire province and I can't proclaim anything in an official capacity, but as a Vuodean, I do not recognise the Court's authority on this matter insofar as it affects one of our citizens.
Viteu Marcianüs, a citizen of Vuode, not having committed an offence in Vuode, is free to speak within his home province.
The Right Honourable Éovart Grischun Minister of the Interior
Party Leader of the Peculiar Nationalist Party (PNP)
I support the idea of the “United Provinces of Maritiimi-Maxhestic, Vuode, and Dandenburg”.