Tag: Partit Laburista

Delia wants all contracts signed during Mizzi’s tenure investigated

Opposition Leader and Partit Nazzjonalista Leader Adrian Delia said that all contracts which were signed by disgraced former minister Konrad Mizzi should be investigated.

Zrinzo Azzopardi’s position is no longer tenable – PN

The Opposition said that responsibility has to be shouldered over the data leak which recently came to light. Personal data of over 300,000 voters including their ID card details, names, addresses, gender, phone numbers, date of birth and voting preference was leaked online. The data which allegedly originated from Partit Laburista was being held by C Planet IT Solutions Ltd.

“Every allegation needs to be investigated” – Byron Camilleri

Minister for Internal Affairs Byron Camilleri admitted to Newsbook.com.mt that every single allegation needs to be investigated.

Sant says that there is still uncertainty concerning Brexit

The rights of EU citizens in the UK are still shrouded in uncertainty, the MEP said, predicting that such rights would be weakened.

PM Robert Abela announces his new Cabinet

A statement issued by the Office of the Prime Minister has announced the new portfolios as assigned by Prime Minister Robert Abela.

‘We can’t continue as though it’s business as usual’ – Sant

Sant said that he expects the Prime Minister in waiting, Robert Abela, to set the tone for the government administration he will head after he is sworn in, in a Facebook post on Monday. The former Prime Minister highlighted good governance and environment as areas which need new guidance.

“Ministers will become unemployed as of Monday” – Farrugia Portelli

Parliamentary Secretary Julia Farrugia Portelli claims that her staff was intimidated

PL members have a great responsibility on their shoulders – Bartolo

On Facebook, Bartolo said that the paid up members have a right and duty to vote their next leader. Their vote will choose both the next party leader as well as the next prime minister.

Watch: “I love you” – Joseph Muscat

PM Joseph Muscat is set to deliver his final speech as Malta's Prime Minister this evening. He announced his plans to resign last December.

17,500 eligible to vote for new party leader

Vote of thanks to PM Joseph Muscat