Does anyone imagine a public infrastructure financed with public money in private hands? It is not necessary to imagine it because such an aberration already happens. But just as you have to fight against that, you have to do it against the use of proprietary software in the public domain. The taxes of the people must revert in the benefit of the people and the free software is the only one that guarantees the best conditions, that is, independence, transparency and savings, but also an incentive for the local development.

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