Personal reflections on the efficacy of church registration regulations

I wish to make a personal contribution as a follower of Jesus Christ to the on-going consultative process, being an essential element of democracy.

I would like to add that while the process is appreciated, one wonders if another method - referendum - could not have yielded more precise results as to what the general Christian fraternity would have desired. Nevertheless, the process is appreciated, and at times we fault our representatives because we do not engage them on issues, which touch us, and we leave it to others to decide on our behalf, and yet we are in best position to point out what is working and what is not working.

Getting onto the main debate, let me firstly indicate that I am not quite sure what the problem is that needed to be solved, who the complainant is, what analysis informed the decision, how conflict of interest issues have been handled, as well as the authenticity of those whose opinion swayed the government to take action.

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