PN presents eight proposals to mitigate effect of COVID-19 on families

The Nationalist Party has presented eight proposals as part of a social pact on the impact of Covid-19 on families. The Party’s Deputy Leader for Parliamentary Affairs, David Agius, proposed help for vulnerable persons to obtain sustainable employment through education and training.

Another proposals is that of financial support for pensioners to prevent them becoming at the risk of poverty. The social pact also forwards proposals to overcome inequality, particularly where females are concerned.

The PN is also proposing for greater physical accessibility to disabled persons and provide greater opportunity for them and the fulfilment of greater mobility for youths as well as a significant decrease in energy and water bills.

Agius said that in the transition into the employment world, these measures are needed so as to avoid an increase in unemployment.

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