Breaking News just in from our spying ears at the Agroa Salerno Situation Room. In this room are gathered both local organizers, all members of the Comité Directeur, the Chair team and the Juridical Commission and our reporter Anna Pamplona.

Due to a Vesuvius eruption, the Gym which was originally planned to be used for hosting the participants of the Agora, became unavailable. The local organizers of Agora Salerno worked their asses off and arranged a new accommodation just now. The new accommodation consists of several campings with little houses and real beds for both visitors and delegates.

Because it needs to be clear that this change is not supposed to be funny or to add increased joy to a normally plain and basic sleeping accommodation. Therefore, the upgraded accommodation also requires upgraded rules. The Juridical Commission worked together with the members of the Comité Directeur to update the CIA including some new rules for delegates. Here is a small overview:

Delegates: Swimming Pool

Aside from 100% attendance to prytaniae and 80% attendance to plenaries, delegates will now be required to also show a 20% attendance to the opening times of the swimming pools. The local organizers will scan badges upon entry and exit of the swimming pool to measure the attendance.

All Pax: Minibar

Usage of at least 4 drinks at the minibars is also mandatory for all delegates and 8 for participants. This rule was created to generate more income for the local organizers to pay for the upgraded accommodation.

Honorary Members: Private Jets

Honorary members are required to have an attendance of at least 60% on all ‘Les Anciens Jet Company’ arranged flights between the plenary hall and the sleeping accommodations.

Published by Anna Pamplona

Anna Pamplona is the founder and Chief-in-Editor of the Silver Times, and has written many investigative articles. She received the Golden Silver Times-award for her article about unraveling the real location of the CD house in Bielefeld.