“We will govern as a movement” – PM Muscat

Sunday, 28 Apr 2013, 11:07

 

Speaking during the Labour Party’s Annual General Conference on Sunday morning, PM and Labour Leader Joseph Muscat said that Labour had been elected as a movement, and it would keep its promise to govern as a movement.

A Malta la primavera arriva in anticipo. Scopri di più sulle scuole e i corsi d'inglese a Malta a febbraio.

Dr Muscat said that the government would keep regular contact with all Maltese and Gozitans. The government had to work as if the general election was around the corner, and not in five year’s time. It would therefore not go to the people right before the election, but will keep in touch with them all right through the legislature.

For this reason Cabinet members would hold meetings with the public on a regular basis, ideally twice a year. Dr Muscat insisted that the election was only a starting point which had already been left behind. The government was now facing heavy responsibilities.

The people are looking to the government to solve the serious problems afflicting the country, such as those related to health, housing, precarious work conditions, national security, work in Gozo, and many others.

PM Joseph Muscat said that the government would uphold its responsibilities despite the heavy burden, and it would also achieve its goals.

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Attentive

- Sun 28-Apr-2013, 16:53

Twice a year is not enough.

BETTER FUTURE

- Sun 28-Apr-2013, 12:46

GO! JOSEPH! GO! AS FAST AS YOU CAN! DO NOT STOP!

I thank God every day I helped vote you and your team in!!

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