Tag: Partit Nazzjonalista

Choice of President and Chief Justice will remain in hands of...

Partit Nazzjonalista reacts to draft Bill proposing amendments to the Constitution

Watch: Opposition leader congratulates swimmer Neil Agius

Neil Agius has proved that everything is possible when someone pursues a cause with passion, after carrying out the swim between Sicily and Malta to further the cause of Wave of Change.

Watch: “State funding instead of funding by big business” – Louis...

X’inhi, jekk għandu, il-viżjoni tiegħu għall-futur? X’inhuma l-prinċipji li jħaddan? X’inhi l-bażi tal-politika tiegħu?

PN denies claims it was offered money to stop Casa from...

Partit Nazzjonalista has denied allegations that it was offered money to stop the re-election of MEP David Casa.

Repubblika notes PN’s commitment to judicial independence

In a meeting which the rule of law NGO Repubblika had with the Leader of the Opposition Dr Adrian Delia,

Watch: Government chose not to consult with us on Venice Commission...

During the interview which was aired on the party media on Saturday, Delia spoke about the proposals put forward by the government to the Venice Commission, migration, the coronavirus pandemic and the party.

PN calls for more investment in maritime sector

Maritime MT announced that it was recognised by the Scottish Qualification Authority. The recognition is not usually given outside the UK. €4 million were invested in the educational facility.

PN marks 16th anniversary of Malta’s EU accession

In a statement on Friday, the Opposition said that the country has overall benefited from its EU membership, adding that its horizons were widened and its positions were consolidated.

PN proposes €50 voucher for all citizens to help catering establishments

In a statement by Opposition spokesperson for the catering and entertainment industry, Hermann Schiavone, the Nationalist Party said that such vouchers should have be used within two months after the measures are lifted and restaurants and entertainment establishments are allowed to operate again.