Current Affairs
Valletta mayor appeals for common sense and unity

Mayor of Valletta, Alfred Zammit, has called for national unity and common sense, in light of regular protests.

In a statement issued jointly with Labor councilors, the mayor said the residential community in the city was suffering the consequences, as was the business community, which reported that sales were down and as a consequence jobs were on the line.

“What we have built over the years in Valletta may be lost if the national interest is not protected by everyone,” Mayor Zammit said.

He added that without negating the right of demonstrators to protest, he appealed that at this time of unity, serenity was allowed to prevail so that families could come to Valletta to enjoy the Christmas and New Year festivities.

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