Author: Chris Said

As a member of parliament, I receive many phone calls from my constituents. It’s a direct contact that I cherish and encourage. It keeps me grounded, constantly close to the realities that our people face each day. It allows me to understand issues that might not be impacting me personally and to consider different viewpoints so that I can then push for decisions to be taken that can impact positively the widest spectrum of our society. But there are phone calls that, frankly, I wish nobody would ever need to make and these tend to revolve around our healthcare service.…

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Unjust. That’s how Labour had the cheek to try to spin the news of the international community warning investors to think twice before betting on Malta. It is unjust. However, not towards the government that brought the shocking condemnation upon itself by embracing corruption but towards the hardworking Maltese people who trusted Labour with their future. This is not the start of the quasi-post-pandemic, pre-electoral, feel-good campaign Labour strategists at Mile End were hoping for. So much for all the glitz around the launch of the 10-year economic vision for Malta, reminiscent of that other vision some time ago to…

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