17 September 2014

Labour leader meets Enemalta employees behind closed doors

 - Wednesday, 16 January 2013, 20:33

Labour leader Joseph Muscat on Wednesday evening met Enemalta employees at the Rialto Hall in Cospicua. The meeting was not open to the press, and Enemalta employees were informed about it through an invitation sent by post.

Sources said that during the meeting, the PL made a presentation about its proposal to lower utility tariffs, as well as assured them that their job will not be under threat if Labour is elected to government.

Upon his arrival Dr Muscat was rushed through to the meeting and refused to give any comments.

Some minutes earlier Labour MP Karmenu Vella told The Malta Independent that the aim is to keep Enemalta employees updated about the latest developments, and the party's plans.


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George Calleja says:
17 January 2013 12:42

How's that for transparency? Behind closed doors. JM promised an open door government ..... but only by word of mouth!! Gimmicks galore

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Carmel Louis Aquilina says:
17 January 2013 12:04

Oqgħodu attenti ħaddiema ta' l-EneMalta, Għax din hi logħba bħal ma kien għamel Mintoff fl-1971bil-Ħaddiema tat-Tarzna, u wara għajjarhom bla lews fi-Pjazza Gavinu Gulia, ġewwa l-istess Bormla li fiha illum qed ikellimkom Joseph Muscat!

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