Partit Demokratiku said one cannot have social justice and equality without legal justice in a statement on International Workers’ Day.
In a press conference in front of the parliamentary building which was addressed by party leader, MP and MEP candidate Godfrey Farrugia, MEP candidate and Secretary General Martin Cauchi Inglott and MP Marlene Farrugia.
MP Marlene Farrugia said that the PD is celebrating Workers’ Day by “fostering an environment where politics returns to its roots, and where politicians are held accountable for abuses of the system”.
Addressing the press conference, Godfrey Farrugia stated that the ‘building blocks for prosperity and progress are humanity dignity, freedom equality and justice’ saying that one could not have social justice and equality without legal justice.
The Party described the political system in Malta as ‘dysfunctional’ which has exploited the workers, saying that families are being destablised in order to have a liveable wage to make ends meet.
Cauchi Inglott said that the citizens’ rights and freedoms are dependent on a solid and credible rule of law structure, and urged for a constitutional reform.