The capital today is drowning in garbage. The grandiose proclamations of that era were also buried under the trash.
Moreover, any grand plans will also drown if those who are governing do not pay the attention that every government must to managing the problems of everyday life. That is where a large part of the battle is judged, in the battle of everyday life.
It is impermissible to allow problems such as trash collection to fester. Problems that should have been solved yesterday cannot be put off until tomorrow. Those problems are like the garbage: they accumulate and become extremely hard to solve – regardless of whether one is pro-memorandum or anti-memorandum.