Clyde Puli steps down

Luke Zerafa

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Clyde Puli has submitted his resignation from Secretary-General of the Nationalist Party.

Puli has written a letter to PN leader Adrian Delia to inform him about his decision. Clyde Puli said that he took this decision in the best interest of the party.

Clyde Puli said that it was an honour for him to serve in difficult times alongside Adrian Delia and deputy leaders David Agius and Robert Arrigo.

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Clyde Puli said that he took this decision with a great sense of loyalty towards the party, towards the party supporters and towards Adrian Delia.

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Posted by Clyde Puli on Friday, February 7, 2020

In his letter of resignation, Clyde Puli wrote that as a Secretary-General of PN and as an MP he never expected anyone’s help towards the leadership but he also never expected that with every decision taken the PN leader had to experience a barrage of criticism.

Puli said that the problems the PN is facing are many. He mentioned the 2013 report on the election defeat which said remained untouched and how a similar report was never conducted to analyse the defeat of PN in the 2017 general election. Puli also mentioned the financial problems which still hangs over the PN.

In his letter of resignation Clyde Puli also said that despite this decision he will stay loyal to the party and that after two years serving as the PN Secretary-General it is now time for him to focus his political work on the electoral districts he represents.