Over the last night new banners were erected across the island overnight demanding for “the whole truth” to emerge in the wake of the Daphne Caruana Galizia assassination. The banners on a red background, which simply said: “We want the truth, the whole truth”, were put up across strategic places like the top of the Santa Venera tunnels so that they will be seen by the most amount of people possible.
Partit Nazzjonalista was here before us and God willing it will be here long after we’re gone. For many years, many decades and generations, the Party defied the odds and steered this country into the future. More often than not the party steered the country into a better future. Realistically, I can’t think of a time when the party was trying to steer the country into something that wouldn’t have benefited the whole nation, something that not every political party can proudly say! Thankfully with yesterday’s decision to dissolve the Forza Nazzjonali pre-electoral agreement, the PN has now positioned itself once again to be able to focus on its own operation to start moving forward.
Deputy Prime Minister Chris Fearne was tasked with the difficult job of being interviewed by one of the UK’s better journalists, Tim Sebastian. To put you in the picture, Tim Sebastian is mostly renewed for his no-nonsense style of journalism that wouldn’t take a “b……t” answer facedown and he will continue digging deeper to get to the truth. He’s mostly famous for his BBC interviews called HardTalk. So this was definitely not an easy ask for Chris Fearne.
This evening I came across a post by PN’s MP Jason Azzopardi which makes a lot of sense indeed. “No comment: A Judge who TODAY is married to an MEP whose Leader is appealing in front of him TODAY does not abstain. A Mag who 34 yrs ago was a schoolmate of Daphne’s sister & recently merely exchanged condolences with her family, abstains cos justice needs to be seen to be done. I bite my tongue”