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Your views: on Adelaide City Council's morality rule

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Today, readers comment on the ACC’s move to police councillor behaviour by adopting a “morality clause”.

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Just do your job

Commenting on the story: Moran slams city council “morality clause”

What is happening here? Are we going back to the time of the Inquisition where ‘morality’ was an issue for the religious zealots?

For goodness sake Adelaide councillors, get on with what you were elected to do and stop the factional rubbish by trying to shut down any sort of alternative thought.

If this keeps up we may have to have our own storming of the Bastille. Jeff Reuter

It’s unfortunate to see Council conflate the term morality with ‘improper’ (infinitely open-ended) and ‘disorderly’.

It is also disturbing to consider why the word would be introduced – what is the long-game purpose of it?

It sounds Orwellian. Cathy Chua

Sounds like kindy, all over again. 

Everyone wants to be in the sand pit at the same time, and no one will share the toys. Mike Lesiw 

And what about the sanity clause? But in the ACC, there ain’t no sanity clause. (Thanks, Marx Bros and The Damned.) – John Wellington

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