PN MEP election campaign will be without hate – Delia
The PN’s MEP election campaign, which kicks off today, will be missing just one thing – hate PN leader Adrian Delia said in a telephone interview on the party’s media yesterday.
He said that today – the first day of the electoral campaign – will signify the start of a new, five-week journey on which the PN will speak to, and stay close to, the hearts of the people.
“We will speak about businesses, pensioners, workers like those at Mount Carmel Hospital, who the government is humiliating, and youths,” Delia said.
He said that it would be a fiveweek period during which the party will be open to everyone, and it will speak to people to see what is hurting them most, and then act upon what the people say to bring forth ideas. It hopes to show that the PN can truly make people’s lives better.
“There will be only one thing missing from our campaign – hate,” Delia said.
Speaking yesterday, Delia said that he had met 2,200 small businesses over the past few weeks. Many are enthusiasts of the Easter festivities through art, culture, music, pageantry and more; people who show a big passion towards this feast – a passion which, Delia said, unites them.
He said that Sunday’s occasion was a celebration of when, despite all of life’s suffering, good wins over bad.