Prime Minister Lawrence Gonzi said on PN’s Radio 101 on Sunday that Malta is thriving although it is surrounded by countries in turmoil. He said that the real test of a sailor is when he faces bad weather and said that Joseph Muscat proposes nothing for the benefit of Malta.
Gonzi said he urges young people to continue studying and go on to university once they finish their secondary education.
He said that Malta is breaking one record after another in tourism as government has made the country one of the most beautiful. He said that government has invested in the country’s infrastructure, especially in public gardens and called on families to go and enjoy these beautiful public gardens serenely while the countries around us have so many problems to face.
Gonzi said that the PN government still has a lot to do, especially to provide jobs to the unemployed, that is the real substance of what the PN stands for.