Should the Police be Allowed to Enforce a Politician’s Verbal Restriction Against Making a Video of Him at an Open Meeting?

So then comes’ the question, should the police restrict taking a video of the politicians at an open meeting?

My view into this question may be very different than many others views, but it is an opinion. I believe that the police shouldn’t restrict taking a video of politicians at an open meeting. The reasons are the following.

A politician is a person who’s supposed to be truthful, and helpful among the people, so if the politician isn’t willing to be video taken in an open meeting, then the politician isn’t truthful. Now, we come to the point where if the politician lets itself be video taken in an open meeting, then he or she is supposed to be taking full responsibility that everything he or she is going to say and do will be the truth.

In conclusion, if a politician or a political party feels disrespected or uncomfortable with someone taking their video in an open or private meeting, then they are not being truthful. 

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2 thoughts on “Should the Police be Allowed to Enforce a Politician’s Verbal Restriction Against Making a Video of Him at an Open Meeting?

  1. What a difference to the US, anyone, politician or not should expect to be photographed or videoed at any time, especially in public. There is no concept of privacy here in the land of big brother.

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