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  • 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. 


  • 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.


  • Teamwork is what we are after.

    Nothing happens by a person or a few persons. No teamwork no success. So evident in this nation of ours. Look at clear communication. Is there? No way. Every ministry on it's own. Every minister on his/her own. As of they know it all. When we want a real formidable team, we work hard to make this happen, and this is what we need and only YOU can help us.


  • 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.


  • 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.


  • A more comfortable environment for students

    What if students around Malta & Gozo study in a much comfortable and reliable environment. I'd suggest adding airconditions in the schools/colleges/university that don't have access to airconditions.


  • 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.


  • Abolish PM prerogative to call elections

    Introduce a fixed term election law


  • Elevating the Poverty Trap in Malta !

    Poverty traps are real in Malta and all across the world. The social benefits provided by government may hinder people from moving up the social ladder due to feeling comfortable and earning income by doing nothing. We need to incentives people to work and actually move out away from social benefits. Many initiatives and ideas come to mind so feel free to contact me and we can discuss. Self Sufficient living homes are an example - Carers and the carer system .... Should everyone be able and allowed to apply as a live in carer ? even without the necessary qualifications? Definitely not --- lets educate people and create a better society.


  • Water Conservation

    Incentivize people to build/restore wells. Make it easier for farmers to build water reservoirs, without allowing this to be used to build swimming pools in ODZ. Incentivize swimming pool owners to use salt water rather than chlorinated ground water. Come up with a strategy how to help the water table to be replenished. Some ideas how this can be done: fund the diversion of roof drain systems to the ground rather than to the streets or the drainage system; and build/restore small dams in valleys to allow the water to soak through the rock. Embellish public gardens and roundabouts with plants, shrubs and trees that do not require heavy watering.


  • Suggestions to included in next election manifest

    1. Buy land from people in the outskirts but within the development zone and covert it to green areas... *pay rent to people having fields not in use and plant trees... * invest in watering drones so that areas can remain green all year round * Each city/village should have a building criteria. Ex. Only houses with 2 stories in a specific shape, colour. I understand that it is difficult now to revert the damage... But whoever plans to live in an area would know the restrictions. If I want to live in a 10 storey condo I can move to village A.. If I am ready to build in line with the requirements of village B then well and good. Our buildings are a havoc and just leave no sense on tranquility when you look at them. * pay teachers like professionals... * increase minimum wage but give incentives to the employer. * calculate the value of the money that were stolen from corruption and commit to give them back to the people, not in capital investment.. But directly in their pockets... Whether if its in vouchers, investment plans or tax rebates.. People want money in their pocket. If money is stolen and they are not affected they don't care. But if they know that if this money is not stolen they stand to gain personally I think it would be a different story.


  • Sustainability, Transparency and Good Governance


  • 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.


  • Children with disabilities

    Parents of Children with disabilities &/or other needs, need to fork out a lot of money (more than the disability allowance) in order for their children to receive therapy as the gov services are inundated with referrals and have long waiting lists. So there needs to be a system where these children are given perhaps extra vouchers to receive therapy elsewhere. Also cannot stress the need for proper pavements/ walking paths that are suitable & accessible for everyone !


  • Leading professionally.

    About time this country is managed by competent people. Managed not only by the ministers and prime minister but also by competent people who will professionally lead all government dept's and entities. Honesty, efficiency, maturity, transparency, are a few values which have totally disappeared. This is where I want to help out. This is where all those who are leaders, should come forward. There is so much to do to ensure synergie, creativity, innovation. I am ready, and you?


  • Sustainable energy


  • Mental Health

    One in three people worried about their mental health in July (Times 31/8/21 article ) It’s time to consider mental health as a top priority hand in hand with protecting the environment - also offering first aid training: from local councils to businesses & organisations. Mental health services should be offered from health Centres 24/7 - to deal with emergencies and offer immediate help/first aid even if called out to visit a patient, when necessary. To consider subsidising costs to psychologist/psychiatric for those with chronic situations. To get some meds onto the POYC system. To beef up recreational spaces in each community /locality so people can take healthy walks without air or noise pollution. To insist that buildings must factor in, the mental health of residents living in pokey places, so closely near each other without ‘lung spaces’ to enjoy. Mental health is a key issue affecting people’s work, production output levels, quality of family relationships, impact on common good in society - it must be given a decent enough budget to cater for more professionals in the field. If necessary, import professionals from overseas to cater for the demand. Perhaps offer pledges to NGOs who initiate & enable wellbeing projects in the community, for children, youth, the elderly etc…. To get off their screens but enjoy the outdoors. To offer opportunities for volunteering so people can share their talents, qualities, expertise and feel needed by others who seek them. This sense of purpose and belonging is more valuable than money for some. A campaign to teach people the value of mental health over ‘wealth’ is necessary, to get our priorities right. Thank you


  • Prioritising the Agricultural sector to reach Eu green deal targets

    As agriculture is a sector that contribute but also mitigate green house gases emissions, one need to think creatively to reduce green house gasses while increase carbon dioxide absorption both by trees and plants and Soil. Eu funds for rural development of the next program need to be directing on efficiency example by using Manure treatment (biogas), pelleting and waste to energy on farm to reduce operational costs. One most not forget that storing Manure with a high moisture content will generate a lot of Methane emissions that contribute to green house gasses. Also one must consider changing a proportion of the sector to new kind of rearing system, like slow growing that is gaining momentum in other Eu countries which incorporate smaller animal density, added welfare and sell directly from the farm ( Eu farm to fork strategy). Producing energy form farms is a challenge since usually they are situated far away form the grid and the investment to connect is quiet reasonable . This mean that while planning our grid distribution one need to think about energy coming from farms. Maltese agriculture should not be directed in a channel to copy large scale productions system and compete with large scale farming but given the opportunity to build a customer to farmer approach where costumer can have and support the producer that they trust. Local legislation need to be changed to facilitate this process.


  • We really need to present our potential ministers AND we need to get them heard.


  • Investing in our families

    Sustainable societies depend upon strong families. Families of every shape and size. Our country needs to invest profoundly towards the well being of our children and in building stronger families . There's an endless list of areas which desperately need to be looked into. From the processes at family court, to the derelict state of the majority of public playing fields, that are left to rot with minimal maintenace. From the never ending waiting lists at CDAU where children with disabilities and their families have to wait months for much needed therapies or are forced to go privately, to the discriminatory brackets placed upon the beneficiaries of children's allowance, that discourage hard working and responsible parents.