Current Affairs
PN MPs believe a vote of confidence should be taken

Last night most of the PN Members of Parliament maintained a code of silence as they left the Dar Ċentrali at the end of the meeting of their Parliamentary Group. However, some were more inclined to comment on their way into Parliament in the afternoon.

According to the comments of PN Leader Adrian Delia, yesterday’s five hour meeting was “constructive”.

Sources close to the meeting who expressed the wish to remain anonymous told TVM the meeting was a stormy one and heated exchanges were frequent, with some saying it was even stormier than Monday’s Executive Committee meeting.

However, in comments to TVM, some MPs on their way into Parliament or coming out, reflected the current state of affairs within the Nationalist Party.

Some who spoke privately to TVM did not seem too impressed by the ten proposals that Dr Delia said he had presented to the group. They explained the proposals included there should be a policy coordinator and that youths from MŻPN and Team Start be more involved and that the Parliamentary Group meets at least every two weeks.

The sources dismissed reports from other media that an ultimatum had been given to Dr Delia. They added that some MPs are sensing that if matters remain as they are they risk losing their seat at the next General Election.


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