Tista' taqra bil- Malti.
Opposition and Nationalist Party Leader Adrian Delia has said that the youth of today will build tomorrow’s society.
Delia today visited the stands for student organizations during Freshers’ Week at Malta University.
He talked with students and heard more about the work the different organisations got up to.
In a PN statement, Dr Delia explained that it was important that young people continue to show an interest in learning and the future of the country. This was important in order to be in the best position to change the future of our country.
‘It is unfortunate that there are still students who no longer continue their studies,’ he explained.
Dr Delia added that the University is a place of ideas, discussion, creativity but not for censorship.
Opposition Spokesperson for Education Clyde Puli joined Dr Delia for the visit.