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Fællesnordiskt Nordkalottlän

A proposal for a better future in the north would be good if the three national North Cape governments could let go of the national, on trial. Bring the three northernmost counties together into a common administrative region, where the regional assemblies themselves had to agree on what details they wanted to pick from each national system - and in what order - to create a cohesive common and borderless everyday life and development platform. For this to work, of course, every national system must be made compatible with what such an experimental region chooses (a whimsical back road to an even more borderless Nordic region). This is how it is necessary - among other things - for stable daily physical communication routes Tromsö-Luleå-Rovaniemi-Kirkenes-Tromsö. Start with some delimited factual sub-areas and add gradually; education, welfare, industry, transport, culture, etc. Thus: Troms and Finnmark counties, Norrbotten county and Lapland county as a new joint Nordic and borderless North Calotte county. On trial for 20 years. As people in the area actually lived before the 14th century, national ties placed on the development between the Gulf of Bothnia and the Arctic Ocean.

Thomas,
Kalmar

[Submitted by email]

Photo: CC by Fenn-O-maniC - The North Calotte Council in Norway, Sweden and Finland.

Fællesnordiskt Nordkalottlän

Ett förslag för en bättre framtid i norr vore väl om de tre nationella nordkalott-regeringarna kunde släppa på det nationella, på prov. För samman de tre nordligaste länen till en gemensam administrativ region, där de regionala församlingarna själva fick enas om vilka detaljer de ville plocka ur respektive nationellt system - och i vilken ordning - för att skapa en sammanhållen gemensam och gränslös vardag och utvecklingsplattform. För att sådant skulle fungera måste självfallet varje nationellt system göras kompatibelt med vad en sådan experimentregion väljer (en finurlig bakväg till ett ännu mera gränslöst Norden). Så måste där - bland mycket annat - till stabila dagliga fysiska kommunikationsvägar Tromsö-Luleå-Rovaniemi-Kirkenes-Tromsö. Börja med vissa avgränsade sakliga delområden och addera efterhand; utbildning, välfärd, näring, transport, kultur m.m. Alltså: Troms og Finnmark fylke, Norrbottens län och Lapplands län som ett nytt fællesnordiskt och gränslöst Nordkalott-län. På prov i 20 år. Som folk i området egentligen levde före 1300-talet lade nationella band på utvecklingen mellan Bottenviken och Ishavet.

Thomas,
Kalmar

[Inskickat via mail]

Bild: CC by Fenn-O-maniC - Nordkalotterådet i Norge, Sverige och Finland.

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  • Merge Norway and Sweden

    The countries can be merged. It does not have to be more difficult than doing big regions.

    -Roland, Stockholm

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