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84 of the 200 signatures in a petition calling for the PN General Council to be convened are invalid – PN

The President of the General Council of the Nationalist Party, Kristy Debono, said in a statement that after carrying out checks she has established that 84 of the 200 signatures in a petition calling for the General Council to be convened to discuss the future of Party Leader Adrian Delia are invalid. According to the Party’s Statute, the General Council has to convene if requested by 150 members.

The statement by Kristy Debono said her verifications resulted in 84 signatures being invalid because, among other things, these are not General Council Members while others have failed to pay their membership while others still have differences in names and surnames when compared to Identity Cards.

Nevertheless, the Council President said she is passing the petition to the Executive Committee so that, in her words, the process begins to call a General Council to formulate and approve its agenda.

The exercise was carried out after former PN candidate Ivan Bartolo presented a petition containing 200 signatures, that is, 50 more than that required by the PN’s Statute.

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AĠĠORNAT: Il-PN b’5 nomini għal 3 karigi, petizzjoni biex jiġi diskuss il-futur ta’ Adrian Delia

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