@jasper I don't know what those categories mean,
but I know from other boycotts that those affected will tend to at first pretend they don't exist, then loudly claim they have no effect or even reverse effect, until the effect is so large that they have to give up and then the boycott's intent is achieved.
The important thing then of course is to not give up during the first two phases.
The most publicly visible debate on this specific topic will of course be held, or ignored, by people in the parliamentary political system that depend on maintaining it, or the major media that are dependent on maintaining friendly relations with the parliamentary politics people and organizations so that they will keep getting access to debate participants, etc.
It's only natural then that the topic is more or less avoided for as long as they don't start losing credibility from doing that.