The extensive network of customer care services set up a few weeks ago across the public sector is now working in full swing in co-ordination with the PN electoral machine to try and garner as many votes as possible at the coming election.
Promotions in the public sector, allocations of social housing, MEPA permits and operations at Mater Dei Hospital … are all being used as part of the PN’s electoral campaign to win back every pocket, however small, of disgruntled voters.
The PN is approaching people who have some sort of pending issue to try and accommodate their respective requests. Since at least April a number of persons with MEPA problems have been asked to attend meetings at the PN headquarters, on a daily basis and with high ranking officials.
Government employees who have been requesting a transfer or who have been waiting for some sort of promotion have also been seen at the PN Headquarters for meetings with senior Government officials. Appointments to talk to the ‘right person’ have been given to several employees from companies in which the Government has an influential interest.
PN is using its party network, government ministries, and departments, authorities to get in touch with as many people as possible and see what they need in exchange for their vote at the coming election.