06.09.2019
 Newspaper Article Creon S Proclamation

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Creon's Proclamation

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Politics Theory

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The Great Leader of the Terrain of Thebes, Creon, has decreed that his sibling Polynieces are not BURIED. Due to the betrayal of Polynieces he may not be honored with a burial. Heard from a citizen from Thebes, Creon stated " Never to offer traitors and subversives Equivalent footing with loyal individuals, but to prize patriots in every area of your life and death”. The Law with the Land will be respected.

Polynieces was located to as being a traitor from the land, as he fought against the soldiers with fire and weaponry, of his Thebes at his return. Having been seen by a fellow resident publicly disrespecting the historical ruins and shrines of the Gods.

To get his offences and the eliminating of his other sibling, Etecoles, Creon makes among the Polynieces. Creon states " Polynieces body system will be publicly mocked by people since it will be kept in the roadways for the dogs and birds to feast. No one will tamper with his body system or help to make any efforts to show your body respect simply by burial or worshiping the body, or he/ she will be seen as a traitor of the property. ”

Residents of the area are confused and disrupted of Creon's decree as they do not completely agree with his ruling. Some of the citizens will of liked to hide the body, but they didn't want to disrespect the Law with the Land. They don't need to be caught and reprimanded by full extent of the Law. They persons know that it might be morally right to bury his body, while no one should get the ful disrespect.

Polynieces and Eteocles, brothers, murdered each other around the battle field. Creon allowed Eteocles a proper burial as he was seen as a hero, whom protected his people and land towards the very end. The people of the land especially the Polynieces sisters, Antigone and Ismene were outraged in the decree.

Antigone, was overheard by people to have been arguing with...