PN can­di­dates ‘should be close to the peo­ple’ –Busut­til

Malta Independent - - NEWS -

The Na­tion­al­ist Party should be a party that is close to the peo­ple, and can­di­dates con­test­ing the next gen­eral elec­tion with this Party should live this re­al­ity ev­ery day. This was the mes­sage de­liv­ered by PN leader Si­mon Busut­til at the end of a sem­i­nar or­gan­ised for PN can­di­dates at PN Head­quar­ters.

“For the PN to be close to the peo­ple, we need to speak to the peo­ple and see what is im­por­tant to them,” he said.

Dr Busut­til said he per­son­ally feels that his life in pol­i­tics is based on four pil­lars; an econ­omy for the peo­ple, so­cial jus­tice, a bet­ter qual­ity of life and good lead­er­ship.

On cor­rup­tion, the PN leader said that Joseph Mus­cat has not only ignored it, but is al­low­ing the cul­ture of cor­rup­tion to grow in the Mal­tese men­tal­ity.

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