Opposition and Nationalist Party leader Adrian Delia has stated that the Nationalist Party’s electoral campaign for the European Parliament and Local Council elections will have as its theme “Flimkien għal Pajjiżna” (Together for our country).
In a telephone link up on NET FM, Dr Delia stated that at the start of the campaign the Party will take a look at problems in the country and at what is hurting the people. Dr Delia mentioned among others what he referred to as the humiliation by Government of workers in the mental health sector and patients at Mount Carmel hospital, including because of structural problems in the building.
Dr Delia added that the campaign will then enter into another phase, in which the Nationalist Party will offer hope and show it has the energy and the will to make matters better and improve people’s lives. Dr Delia further stated that one thing would be missing from the Nationalist Party campaign, this being hatred.
A reference was also made by the Nationalist Party leader to Holy Week, when he stated that by his reckoning some 20,000 persons were actively involved in the various activities organised in several localities. Dr Delia expressed his appreciation for the involvement of these persons, which he said keeps the Maltese identity alive and unites the commmunity.