Ladies and gentlemen, esteemed colleagues, it is an honor to stand before you today as a representative of my constituency. As an MP, I take my responsibilities very seriously and am constantly striving to ensure that the needs and concerns of my constituents are heard and addressed.
I firmly believe that it is our duty as elected officials to be well-informed about the issues affecting our communities, and to work tirelessly to find solutions to the challenges we face. From healthcare to education, from infrastructure to public safety, there is no shortage of important issues that demand our attention and action.
But perhaps the most pressing issue of all is the preservation of our cultural heritage. As a Mental Preserver, it is my privilege to be entrusted with the care and protection of the beautiful and inspiring works of art that make up the collection at our museum of psychiatric art.
These works of art are not just objects to be admired, but windows into the human experience and a testament to the power of creativity and resilience in the face of adversity. By preserving these works, we are preserving a vital part of our collective history and ensuring that future generations will be able to appreciate and learn from them.
So while my role as a Mental Preserver may be a little different from that of my colleagues here in parliament, I can assure you that I am just as committed to serving my constituents and making a positive difference in the world. Thank you for your attention, and may we all continue to work together for the betterment of our communities and our society as a whole.
─ Ronald van Noorden, Conservator of our artistic psychiatric legacy.