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Letter: Wales' choices.

Byline: GLYN ERASMUS

SIR - I see Mike Powell has dusted off his old letter, last posted in June 2006, and is again asking Ieuan Wyn Jones to explain which organisations would survive in an independent Wales.

Perhaps I could dust off part of the response you were kind enough to print last time. This was the answer: "All countries use a mixture of national and international agencies to supply the needs of its people.

I will not go through his list point by point, but here are the facts. If an activity meets the needs of the people it will have to be supplied. This will be done either by an existing external organisation, just as the UK presently uses the International Standards Organisation (ISO), or by one set up or reorganised (devolved) within the Country."

GLYN ERASMUS Parklands, Blackwood
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales)
Date:Mar 8, 2008
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