No regrets from Jason Azzopardi

Parliamentary secretary Jason azzopardi says he has no regrets for taking a position against divorce. According to him the PN’s position on divorce was based on the party’s values and principles.

In comments to One News he also said that families’ situation in Malta is not as bad as statistics about the family do not reflect reality.

Jason Azzoparid, who is a staunch Catholic, sees no conflict with the PN’s stand and the Prime Minister’s statement that someday divorce will be introduced in Malta
 

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WhatAPalaver

- Mon 06-Jun-2011, 02:01

Baby Jason - how have you landed with a political career? Did you know that it is the state not the church that regulates marriage in terms of taxation, inheritance etc? And it is therefore the state which is obliged to regulate the ending of a marriage contract? And why do you equate marriage with family? Plenty families out there without a marriage . Baby Jason - one day you'll grow up?

noel spiteri

- Sun 05-Jun-2011, 19:46

jekk ma jivvotawx favur ninghaqdu u naghmlu protesta mela

JAMES ZAMMIT

- Sun 05-Jun-2011, 16:56

gHAD-DIVORZJU LE MINHABBA L-KUXJENZA IMMA ISSA NARAW KIF TIVVOTA GHALL-BUTEK fTAKRU LI SPICCA Z-ZMIEN TA' L-INJURANZA U DIN L-ATTITUDNI NIFTAKRUHA SENTEJN OHRA.

Joseph Calleja

- Sun 05-Jun-2011, 15:04

Jason Azzopardi has every right to feel the way he does. Like any other politician he has his own believes. The only problem is, he, like all others are public officials and must abide by the public's wishes. If he does not, then he becomes a dictator like all the rest. If not, why on earth did the government spend 4million euros on a referendum? Why is the will of the people being ignored? Politicians are not there to represent themselves but to represent the people, and the people have spoken loud and clear. I say to all politicians, they could have voted their conscience before the referendum but not now, now they have to vote with the people. They asked for it.