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Oh, to talk like a Nationalist

Joseph Muscat added some prose to his poetry by presenting 10 proposals ahead of the next budget on November 9. But what was most striking in last Sunday’s ‘national manifestation’ was hearing Muscat talk like a Nationalist in front of a Labour crowd. Is Muscat’s Progressive Labour morphing into a ‘PN-lite’ party, JAMES DEBONO asks? >>


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In an interview with our Sunday paper some months ago, European Court of Human Rights judge Giovanni Bonello had this to say about the role of Minister for Justice and Home Affairs: “Whenever I meet a newly appointed government minister, I always say ‘congratulations’. But in the case of Justice Ministers, I say ‘Lungi giorni’ (my condolences) instead...”..>>

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