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  • Urban planning/embelishment

    Would like thebparty to be more clear with concrete proposals on this issue. I feelnthatbthe current system is not working and needs to be scrapped. The party is not giving me the signs that it wants to rock the boat. We urgently need a structure with no loopholes where the rukes should be clear even for developers and architechts. I feel we are currently under a visious circle where greed dictates our urban developments and architechts simply dance to the developers tune. we need to ensure proper materials are used. styish designs. insulation to be installed in all buildings. and an authority to look into all building sites to ensure that everything is of a high standard. The time for favela buildings with monaco prices should be over


  • 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.


  • Sustainable energy


  • Acknowledge

    Acknowledge the wrong doing in the past, and celebrate the good you did. Then look toward the future and promise to be the same in terms of some of the policies that government has pushed but be different in terms of corruption and impunity.


  • Conservatives

    Stop being Conservative and talk with the youngest voting generation to let them know you have changed and you will do the will of the majority.


  • Sustainability, Transparency and Good Governance


  • 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.


  • 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.


  • Kanditati

    1. All candidates should have their contact details inserted 2. site should also be in English for all those english speaking residents that have a vote


  • 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.


  • 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.


  • 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. 


  • 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.


  • Parliamentary Reform

    The past few years were rather dark for Maltese democracy. With a number of scandals dominating the news cycle regularly, this led to new people being disenchanted from entering politics. A number of reforms are required to Maltese democracy, to become efficient and transparent. One of the key changes should definitely include a decent wage increase to Members of Parliament. While at first this might sound controversial, the reality is that with a wage that reflects the input that is required of Members of Parliament. This will put citizens in a better position to expect much more of their representatives. 

    Also, this will diminish the need for politicians to seek donors and cosy up to those who are seeking to influence the decision-making process. Should this be coupled with a new term-limit, the likelihood of corrupt individuals holding on to their position of power will be diminished. 


  • More efficient public service

    Introduce an independent recruitment process that will tie the public bodies to keep their Permanent Secretaries, even when there is a change in government. If we really want to promote meritocracy, continuity and eliminate clientelism, there needs to be a system installed that ensures people are employed based on merit and qualifications.