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New claim of council ‘intimidation’

AN OBAN councillor has accused Argyll and Bute Council’s chief executive of making her feel ‘intimidated, threatened and effectively silenced’, after she spoke out about a culture of low-level sexual harassment at the council.

In an earlier open letter to the council’s leader and chief executive on her online blog called ‘The Edge of the Parapet’, Oban North and Lorn SNP councillor Julie McKenzie raised the issue of sexual harassment within the council as a ‘catalyst’ for ‘open dialogue’, claiming a ‘seismic shift [is] required within the current culture’.

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