Tag: Bernard Grech

MP Ivan Bartolo to give up his parliamentary seat for Bernard...

“My seat in parliament was entrusted to me by the constituents of the 9th district. This is a privilege I would never take for granted,” said Bartolo.

Will PN change course today?

The Nationalist Party is holding its leadership election on Saturday, in which its tesserati (paid-up members) will have to decide whether to stick with embattled incumbent Adrian Delia or change course.

Reaction patterns to PN leadership contenders ‘unlikely to change’ – expert

As the voting for the PN leadership election is well underway, we take another look at how the social media community reacted to the messages of Dr Adrian Delia and Dr Bernard Grech this week.

“I was never under mandatory quarantine” – Bernard Grech

Bernard Grech stated that the Labour Party is leading a campaign to cast doubts on him and his integrity.

“Ruth Amaira never agreed to lead the debate” – PBS

Grech's team tried to influence her - Delia

Reactions emerge following Gasan announcement

Reactions by different parties

Bernard Grech quarantined as wife tests positive for COVID-19

On Facebook Grech said that he has been infomred this morning that his wife’s test result came back positive and as a precaution he will self-isolate with immediate effect.

PN admin council agrees to publish due diligence report

Embattled Nationalist Party leader Adrian Delia has proposed amendments to the party statute which, he argued, are necessary to allow for the publication of the due diligence reports the party’s experts have compiled ahead of the upcoming leadership election.

No date yet for PN Administrative Council meeting to discuss due...

It is not yet known when the due diligence reports prepared on the candidates interested in Partit Nazzjonalista leadership will be discussed before the party's administrative council.

Bernard Grech submits nomination for PN leadership

Bernard Grech, who is a lawyer, presented his nomination to the Chairperson of the PN’s electoral commission, Peter Grech.