Kunsill Studenti Universitarji (KSU) would like to express its sincerest condolences at the death of Prime Minister Emeritus Dom Mintoff, whilst thanking him for his contribution to the Maltese political scene in the 20th century.
KSU would also like to thank Prime Minister Emeritus Dom Mintoff for his work as a member of the KSU, then known as the SRC (Students’ Representative Council) wherein he served as member and eventually as Secretary for three years, from 1934 till 1937.
KSU expresses its deepest condolences to the Mintoff family and relatives,
Pulse: sorrow at Dom Mintoff’s death
Student organisation Pulse considers Dom Mintoff’s death as a great loss for the Maltese people who will remember him as the architect of the Maltese nation.
Pulse said: “Mintoff is a giant in Malta’s political history who has contributed so much to the political, social and economical sectors of the Maltese islands. Mintoff will be remembered as the founder of a sovereign secular state, creator of the social welfare system and the architect of revolutionary reforms in support of the most vulnerable.”
Pulse said that his work will be remembered by all those families who benefited from the projects launched by Mintoff throughout his premiership, some of them still enjoyed in the present day. The Mintoff legacy also includes major improvements in the local education system by the expansion of free education to all and the building of a significant numbers of schools around Malta and Gozo.
Pulse will remember Dom Mintoff as one of Malta’s greatest statesman, not simply the father of the left-leaning but of all Maltese people who proudly believe in their country.