There is, after all, hope for change in the Labour Party. The
election this week of Notary Charles Mangion and Dr Michael Falzon
as deputy leaders gives hope for a new lease of life in a party
that has slowly degenerated into what looked like an anti-EU almost
than a chance
The election of Charles Mangion and Michael Falzon is good news.
But as Saviour Balzan explains they will not get far with Alfred
By Julian Manduca
The long-standing saga related to the replacement of the malfunctioning
St Luke’s incinerator continues with the public being left
virtually in the dark by the authorities. While the incinerator
should be replaced in October of this year, doubts are being expressed
both about the type of equipment that was awarded the tender and
the ability of the manufacturers to support it. A scientist told
MaltaToday the equipment "exposes (hospital) operatives to
By Matthew Vella
Joe Saliba has had his conspiracy theory shot down by former
Parliamentary Secretary for Economic Services George Hyzler, who
denied the PN secretary-general’s claims that one such instance
of Labourite sabotage emerged from within his secretariat, days
before the general elections...
The unlikely bedfellows have made it to Sant’s flanks. Charles
Mangion’s and Michael Falzon’s election brought with
it muffled triumph amongst the majority of Labour delegates who
were rooting for reform within a tired, anti-European obelisk...
Dr Lawrence Gonzi is heir apparent to the Nationalist Party top
spot and could be Prime Minister of Malta in the coming years.
Julian Manduca met the man who was recently confirmed PN deputy
leader at his office
Arnold Cassola is Alternattiva Demokratika's Spokesperson for
EU Affairs and Secretary General of the European Federation of
Green Parties. He was one of the founders of Alternattiva Demokratika
in 1989, and said this was because he could not stomach the fact
that in Malta you have to form part of a tribe all your life lock,
stock and barrel.