Opposition Leader Adrian Delia said that numbers show the Nationalist Party is still losing popularity and is not rising to the electorate’s expectations.
He said that he is willing to hand the party back to the people but in order to do this a whole process must be carried out. Such a process will also weed out opponents to this process said PN leader.
Fuel prices today not too different to PN times
Delia said that when oil prices were around $100 per barrel, fuel prices were similar to today’s price, in spite of the much vaunted decrease in prices. He reminded that the rise in the price of bread, foreshadowed the rise in fuel prices.
Malta in the grip of criminality wave
Delia also remarked that Malta is in the grips of an unprecedented wave of criminality and Government failed the nation’s highest institutions which are supposed to protect each and every individual.