Solveig Horne, Norwegian Minister for Children and Equality, and Elisabeth Aspaker, Minister of UE / SEE Affair, had communicated through a joint press release in which they say that no political or otherwise public pressure would be taken into consideration as it applies to a specific Barnevernet case, probably indirectly referring to the Bodnariu Case.
Seriously? Then, if they are not even looking into a specific case, how are they going about reforming that corrupt and abusive system? Based on what if not specific complaints?
Maybe, just maybe, the Ministers already recognized that the system is beyond repair, so they plan to completely dismantle it! Then, it would make sense not to go into any specific case, it would be a waste of time since Barnevernet would be abolished anyway!
OK, maybe I’m going too far, they might want to reform the system, but it would be such an impossible task to review all cases, one by one, that they intend to give CPS a clean slate and get rid of all the cases and start anew. Fine!
But if in fact they don’t care about any protests – international and NATIONAL: five protest locations in Norway! – about specific cases such as the Bodnariu’s Case because Barnevernet is considered to be right 99% of the time (100% would be too obvious?…), why do they even bother to talk about improving anything about the system!?
Oh, and then, it’s that confidentiality clause which prevents them to disclose any details about a specific case (meaning, they won’t be accountable to anyone).
OK, Madam Horne and Madam Aspaker, then we’ll not ask about a specific case anymore (silly us!), but for the abolition of Barnevernet all together, your supposed CPS! Would that work for you?
P.S. By the way, just in case I missed it and, please, excuse my ignorance, is there anything and/or anybody you WOULD take into consideration, since we are talking about people’s lives here?