The Malta Independent 20 August 2019, Tuesday

Voting for a third party first is the only way to send a message - PD

Wednesday, 22 May 2019, 15:20 Last update: about 4 months ago

Partit Demokratiku has said that voting for the third party first, before the larger parties, is the only way to send a message to the two other parties, and to improve politics in general.

"The two other parties in Parliament have long said that voting for a third party is a wasted vote. Malta's system of the Single Transferable Vote means no votes can be wasted, especially in European and local council elections... Every vote for Partit Demokratiku is a vote for hope, and for politics which serve the people."


Partit Demokratiku has and will continue to shape itself according to the best interests and aspirations of Malta and Gozo, the PD said, "to provide dignity and good quality of life, so one may raise one's family in a healthy environment. We are after the wellbeing of society; a fair society which caters for people from all walks of life, and allows one to grow up and happily retire in a country we all identify with."

"Partit Demkratiku can take on any positive aspirations because it has, at its foundations, a group of people who include fresh faces and also people whose experience comes from a wide spectrum of public life. It is a party of people who have stuck to their principles of free thought and clean governance that serves the entire nation."

"This election is a choice between the PL-PN Establishment and honest politics on the other side. The PL-PN duopoly means less democracy and more of the same, and subsequently, your voice is heard less."

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