A great speech by Dr Mus­cat

Malta Independent - - LETTERS -

Those so-called “PN switch­ers” who had voted PL for the first time in 2013 and had then switched back to the PN, in­flu­enced by all the in­flated, twisted and, at times, in­vented sto­ries about “scan­dals” which were de­scribed as “cor­rup­tion”, must be al­ready think­ing of re­turn­ing to the PL move­ment af­ter hav­ing heard both speeches de­liv­ered by the Leader of the Opposition on Monday fol­lowed by the prime min­is­ter’s speech the fol­low­ing day,.

On Monday we watched Si­mon Busut­til dis­pers­ing fear and doubt about the present and the fu­ture and at the same time try­ing to take credit for the govern­ment’s suc­cesses. While on the fol­low­ing day we heard Joseph Mus­cat to­tally de­mol­ish Si­mon Busut­til’s doom and gloom speech with de­tailed facts on how all the peo­ple have ben­e­fit­ted from this bud­get, but mostly those who are in the lower class of our so­ci­ety. As well as of­fer­ing great hopes of an even bet­ter fu­ture for all sec­tors of the pop­u­la­tion.

Once again I re­it­er­ate, if Si­mon Busut­til’s speech had been vet­ted and ap­proved by the PN’s elec­toral cam­paign man­ager, Caro­line Mus­cat, then in­stead of help­ing the PN and its leader to im­prove their elec­toral chances – as she is be­ing paid very hand­somely to do – she is do­ing the ex­act op­po­site. If, on the other hand, Si­mon Busut­til did not feel the need to seek her ad­vice, then her em­ploy­ment is only a waste of money which the PN can ill af­ford.

Eddy Priv­it­era Mosta

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from Malta

© PressReader. All rights reserved.