Subsidiarity is the principle of allowing the individual members of a large organization to make decisions on issues that affect them, rather than leaving those decisions to be made by the whole group. [TECHNICAL]

The chancellor knows that the principle of subsidiarity must be guaranteed and shown to work.

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