Düsseldorf (dpa / lnw) - The city of Düsseldorf rejects the initiative for a "Speaker's Corner" like in London's Hyde Park. Justification according to a template for the city's suggestion and complaints committee: In the Rhineland you can just talk to people everywhere.
Nothing will come of it now. Because: "According to the Rhineland tradition, which is based on open-mindedness and tolerance, there is no need for an institutionalized speaker's corner in order to be able to speak to one's fellow human beings in public space - this has worked almost everywhere so far and can basically stay that way," shared the administration with.
In this way, "temporary speaker's corners could be set up in many places in the city as required and as required." You don't need a specific place for it.