MaltaToday, 20 Feb 2008 | Meeting the undecided voters in Villa Arrigo

NEWS | Sunday, 20 February 2008

Meeting the undecided voters in Villa Arrigo

Prime Minister Lawrence Gonzi is holding exclusive meetings with constituents and other invitees to address their concerns at Villa Arrigo, this newspaper can confirm.
The meetings have been held in the evening at the Naxxar hall for a select few invitees who have been contacted personally by the Nationalist Party in the past weeks. The target guests are reportedly undecided voters who had voted for the PN back in 2003, considered to be crucial to the Nationalists’ re-election bid.
Concerns expressed during meetings have been related to MEPA permits, property, and other overarching themes concerning the Nationalist government’s record.
Lawrence Gonzi’s marathon campaign saw him visiting Qormi to address party faithful and later zipping off straight to Villa Arrigo to meet constituents, where he was met by his assistants. He told MaltaToday the meetings were “normal meetings” for him to meet constituents and discuss various issues.

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