Heartfelt congratulations to Sara Ezabe for being chosen by Forbes to be part of their list of 30 Under 30, 30 individuals under the age of 30, that are making a difference in today’s world.
Sara was nominated in this list of Law & Policy .
Yesterday was a day of celebration. Celebration for the great work done by past leaders of our great country that led Malta to the European Union. A celebration well organised by the organising committee, a total flop for the public transport, dubious originality but most of all it was a day that made us proud to be Maltese. In just over 50 years we managed to steer this country into such a great place to live.
There’s no doubt that yesterday’s celebration in Valletta was beautiful and definitely a day for all of us to be proud that we’re Maltese. However was it original? Was it the first time that we’ve seen such walking crane-held marionettes?
PN’s Żurrieq sectional committee President Kyle Mifsud found himself on the receiving end of barbarous threats because he dared speaking the truth. A few days ago Kyle Mifsud pointed out that the beautiful Tretoni fountain inaugurated recently was a project planned by the previous administration led by Lawrence Gonzi thanks to the work of Renzo Piano.
There isn’t a simple term how one can describe the disorganised mess people found themselves in on their way out of Valletta yesterday evening. Unfortunately it seems that once again the authorities failed to understand the transport requirment and let everything flow in the usual manner we do best, unorganised.