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  • Change your position on abortion

    I was saddened to hear that the Nationalist Party is against the decriminalisation of abortion. As someone who hears from many Maltese women who need abortions for various reasons, I encourage you to reconsider your position. If you understood the difficulties and stress these women go through you would drop the populist "favur il-ħajja" slogan and do the right thing. You do not have to be in favour of abortion to remove a law that sends women and girls who have abortions to prison.


  • Never say die. We believe in YOU.

    Believe in us too. Come and help.


  • Regenerate with younger people, Unite and Strategize for the country and party

    Country ----------- Focus on Minimum Wage and Living Wage prospects. Salaries have been stuck for ages. A lot of people want this. Rent/Property pricing Environment - A modern infrastructure. Be quicker and more resilient than PL Party ----------- Align towards a young party with regenerative ideas just like JM did in 2013. Dinosours that have been around for decades haven't got a place. Just keep the ones with great experience, get rid of the disruptors and people causing internal issues. Bring people closer to the party by championing both Adrian Delia and Bernards people as one. Listen to LABOUR SUPPORTERS and PN FLOATERS by getting their critical feedback and acting on it. Very important! Blame the Government less and focus on unity and how youll take everyone on board. People will walk to the PN if you show them a united force, not if you criticise Labour or talk about corruption.


  • Sptar Għall-Annimali

    Nixtieq nipproponi proposta lilkom bħala Partit Nazzjonalista. Naħseb li llum il-ġurnata fis-sena 2021 wasal iż-żmien li jkun hawn sptar tal-annimali nazzjonali li joffri servizzi għal kull min ikollu bżonn jieħu l-pets tiegħu għal kura. Dan jista jibda milli parti mill-ispejjeż ikunu koperti b' kumpens mill-Gvern u l quddiem jasal biex l-ispejjeż kollha jkunu covered mill-Gvern. Dan qed ngħidu għaliex l-ispejjeż jafu jkunu kbar biex owners ta' pets jmorru għand-veterinarju privati u fuq kollox dawk li għandhom il-pets iħallsu taxxi wkoll. Fl-opinjoni tieghi din il-proposta hija importanti wkoll jekk iridu ntejbu l-ambjent tagħna għaliex b'hekk nies li forsi xtaqu jsiru pet owners imma baqgħu lura minħabba problemi ta' flus; issa jaħsbuha mod ieħor. Apparti minn hekk jitnaqqas il-piż minn fuq ix-xelters tal-annimali. B'din il-proposta nistgħu nnaqqsu wkoll l-problema ta' abbandun tal-annimali u/jew annimali jiġru fit-toroq abbandunati. Napprezza l-ħin tiegħkom biex taqraw dan il-messaġġ. Nittama li din il-proposta tittieħed inkonsiderazzjoni u grazzi mill-ġdid.


  • Flyers.

    I sujjest for the party to at least start sending leaflets or flyers reminding to every household explaining the corruptionb and cost of living spikes we are experiecing. With the manipulation of the media i think its the only way to reach the people at least once every 3 weeks


  • Good Governance in Practice

    Governance has to be practised and must include transparency. Starting from Cabinet meetings, the agenda of the meetings need to be put on website and after each cabinet meeting the Prime Minister gives a one hour summary to the press of what was discussed. Dr Fenech Adami used to carry this out. On good governance by authorities it would be good practice to publish on authority website the abridged minutes of their board meetings. This practice is carried out in many other jurisdictions and let us not forget that authorities are public bodies and there should be no secrecy.


  • Political Party Financials

    Depending on donations in today’s world is surreal. As we have been experiencing, the parties somehow remain hostages to big pockets since one of their main sources of income is highly dependable on public donations. Political parties cannot be managed like a Football club where if you have a rich temporary president / donor, the club affords to invest and if not, the club’s success remains at stake. Political party financials need to be discussed to have a sustainable source of income without being a hostage to anyone and function on the same level field


  • Internet in Malta. Can we assist when in Govt?

    The quality of internet in Malta is among the worst in Europe, according to a new study analysing the digital quality of life in 110 countries. The country’s internet quality ranked 59th overall, and in Europe it only beat Estonia, coming in at 37th. Malta’s internet stability was particularly poor, with both broadband and mobile internet found to be unstable, though mobile internet particularly so, and the country ranked 100th globally in this area. This category is especially important because it measures how fast and stable the internet connectivity in a country is and how well it’s improving, the study said. “The quality of the internet connectivity highly depends on its speed and stability,” it explained. “Slow and unstable connections inhibit daily use and diminish work efficiency, while fast and stable internet allows us to communicate better, enjoy high-quality content, and more. Consequently, it directly impacts the quality of one’s digital life.” Aside from internet quality, the 2021 Digital Quality of Life study analysed countries in terms of four key pillars: internet affordability, e-infrastructure, e-security and e-Government. The country ranked 40th globally, and 27th among the 38 EU countries on the list. It rated low in internet affordability and e-security categories, coming in at 43rd and 52nd respectively. The research indicated that the average Maltese resident has to work for two hours and 15 minutes to purchase the cheapest broadcast package, and six minutes 15 seconds for the cheapest 1GB of mobile internet. Broadband speed, network readiness, and artificial intelligence readiness were the country’s key strengths, and the country came in at 22nd, 24th, and 30th globally in these categories. Data for the 2021 edition of the survey was compiled by cyber-security firm Surfshark.


  • Mental health first aid and education in schools and workplaces

    Mental health is a crucial determinant to overall physical health. Since the place of work is a huge part of every employee’s life, the presence of multiple stressors at work can give rise to a range of problems in both personal and professional lives. In the same way, struggling to cope with stress caused by personal issues may decrease the ability of performing well at work. The current context needs to call for more work to: provide support to frontline staff; improve communication with patients, families, hospital staff and service providers; and distribute comprehensive information and advice regarding mental well-being to allay fear and apprehension among the public and schools, using multiple means of resources available. Past achievements and recent changes augur well for more widespread developments that will permeate the whole mental-health system and enrich the delivery of quality mental-health services to patients and families. It is Malta’s and the PN’s aim that these services will have a continued focus on low-income families, disadvantaged groups and high-risk individuals whereby the stigma and discrimination associated with mental disorders will be eliminated from Maltese society.


  • Ghajnuna ghal min ghandu dar antika fic-centru tar-rahal

    Tinghata ghajnuna ghal min ghandu jew jixtri dar antika fic-centru tar rahal jew belt biex jigu rijabilitati u jergaw jitgawdew mil-poplu,specjalment dawk in-nicec u statwi li tant huma sbieh.


  • Cleaning of culverts

    I feel that the time has now come to ensure that all culverts in all our roads are cleaned, checked, at least 4 times a year. Moreover, I feel this should be subcontracted and left in the good hands of our local councils. This will avoid a lot of danage and will ensure that most of the roads, at least, will not flood, as always. They have to be well cleaned In August, September, December, March, at least. To enhance this measure, there has to be tighter measures to ensure everybody keeps the raids clean. Maybe bigger fines.


  • Metro system

    I want to live in a country that looks to the future. The reality is that everyone is aware of the chaotic situation in Maltese roads. Widening roads is clearly not the way to go, but the real solution has been staring us in the face for quite some time. Malta needs a metro system, as soon as possible. With people who are more than capable to provide an insight on the social and environmental impact assessment of such a big project, a metro system presents a solution to a number of problems - be it traffic, pollution and the fact that our roads are in a constant state of construction. With connections potentially all over the island, a more focussed bus system can increase efficiency of public transport, while also reducing the dependency on cars.


  • Carnival Village

    The Carnival Village has been mentioned and promised too many times prior every election. The Maltese Carnival is losing its importance and traditional roots due to lack of resources and funding. For those who have it at heart and those who love art, culture, traditions and for our future generations let’s make this dream happen for all participants.


  • Zoni Ambjentali mħarrsa

    Qed nissuġerixxi li l-widien u z-zoni naturali madwar Malta ikun mħarrsa minn dawk li fl-Italja jissejjħu "Guardia Bosco". Dawn ikunu gruppi ta' persuni li mhux biss iservu biex jaraw li l-ambjent jiġi protett imma magħhom ikun hemm abbinati numru ta' ħaddiema, għodda u mekkanirju. Dawn jaraw li jsir it-tindif meħtieġ fil-widien, tiswija ta' ħitan tas-sejjieħ, tiswija u bini fejn m'hemmx ta' ħitan li jżommu l-ilma (dams) biex l-ilma ma jintilifx imma jkun jista jiskula bil-mod fil-water table, simili għal kif insibu c-Chadwick Lakes, tħawwil, tisqija u żbir ta' siġar, tiswija u restawr ta' affarijiet storiċi li jinsabu fil-widien etc. Tista' tkun opportunita biex ngħinu lil bdiewa u r-raħħala fil-bżonnijiet tagħhom biex tiffaċilitaw ħidmithom. Tkun opportunità biex il-kaċċa u l-insib, waqt li tiġi mħarrsa t-tradizzjoni dan issir fil-parametri tal-liġijiet eżistent għax kif nafu l-ALE bin-nuqqas ta' membri mhux tlaħħaq ma dan ix-xogħol.


  • Jitwal il-ħin tal-programmi politiċi fuq Net FM

    Inħoss li huwa importanti li l-ħin allokat għall-programmi politiċi jittawwal speċjalment meta nafu kemm qegħdin fi żvantaġġ mal-Partit Laburista li qiegħed jinfluwenza l-aħbarijiet tal-istazzjon 'nazzjonali' favur tiegħu. Per eżempju, il-Programm: Kuntatt jista' jittawwal imqar b'nofs siegħa oħra biex għallinqas jittieħdu aktar telefonati mingħand dawk li jċemplu, u mhux jitħallew barra mill-programm, kif qed jiġri spiss. Dawn ikunu iddiżappuntati ferm meta, wara li jkunu ilhom jistennew minħabba l-ħafna telefonati li jkun hemm, jispiċċaw barra mill-programm. Rigward il-programm Feedback, dan tajjeb li kieku jkompli wara l-aħbarijiet appuntu fuq temi politiċi li jkunu għadhom kemm ġew imħabbra fl-aħbarijiet stess. Anki hawn, it-telefonati li jidħlu jkunu jistgħu jinstemgħu kollha jekk jitwal il-ħin ta' dan il-programm.


  • Introduce, and promote, e-Democracy

    Consultation, or lack thereof, can be problematic, particularly in micro projects in specific localities where a segment of the population is going to be affected. Should the government introduce a platform where it can consult and take suggestions directly from the citizens, it can gauge public opinion instantly. This can also be used to streamline public services, where one would be able to access their own profile from their e-ID and check the services they would need. The opportunities that would open up with e-democracy are endless.


  • Increase Teachers' Salaries

    Teachers salaries need to increase drastically and performance bonuses should be given to teachers who deserve them based on some criteria decided upon. Teachers should be considered one of the most valuable occupations of our society as they have a massive role in shaping our future.


  • More Green Spaces and Pedestrianisation of areas like village cores

    Green, open spaces are important for various reasons. These allow families to wind down and take in fresh air. Apart from the environmental impacts of these places, one has to also consider the impact on mental health. In line with this proposal, Malta should introduce a system whereby village cores are pedestrianised, even if only on weekends. 


  • Maternity/Paternity Leave Sharing Option

    Our maternity/paternity laws in this country and severely outdated and need to be revised for the modern world we have been living in for the past decade or more. There should be an allowance for couples to be able to share any "birth leave" between them should they wish to do so. This could be the current 18 weeks provided as maternity or, if financially viable, more. Current conditions are sexist and promote the gender pay gap and this is a relatively simple measure to implement from a practical standpoint. This is a way to promote gender equality throughout the country. It's been implemented in other countries with relative success so I do not see how it can't work here.


  • Tabelli elettroniċi fuq il-każini tal-partit

    Naħseb li wasal iż-żmien li jibdew jitwaħħlu tabelli elettroniċi mal-faċċati tal-każini tal-Partit Nazzjonalista biex inkunu fil-ħin ħalli jibdew jidhru il-punti validi mqajmin mill-ħafna deputati, u l-proposti li t-tmexxija tal-Partit qed jipproponi ladarba jkun fil-Gvern. Ma ninsewx li l-Elezzjoni taf issir dalwaqt, u anki jekk le, ikun hemm ċar u tond dak li qed jipproponi l-partit mingħajr ekwivoku.