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Herzog & de Meuron's 'Shardettes' towers face the chop

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I totally agree with the comments above, but what is the major problem here? It is, that you do have to much democracy in the whole country. What is the matter - a big majority of people is voting and therefore making a decision on the the temporary leader till they vote again. Why is it possible for minorities to create a group and change whole schemes and decisions - this has nothing to do with democracy, where supposedly the majority rules. We had some comments from 2 old blokes on a project about using the same existing green tiles from a pub nearby to clad our new building. And surprisingly for us, the client and council really wanted us to do so. What is wrong here is the power of minorities during processes. If you want to stop this, you have to change the whole system or at least let the minority pay for the financial problems they are creating.

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18 November, 2010

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