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Adrian Delia mar l-aħjar

L-aħjar li mar minn dawn l-attakki ta’ Daphne Caruana Galizia fuq Adrian Delia ma kien ħadd għajr l-istess Adrian Delia. F’dan l-istadju lanqas irrid nidħol fil-mertu ta’ jekk dak żvelat fuq Delia hux minnu jew le. Li mhux mill-ħelwin u rett daqskemm jilgħabha ilna nafuhiżda l-esperjenza urietna li l-iistejjer li toħroġ Caruana Galizia wieħed irid jgħarbilhom b’seba’ mitt għajn għaliex anke fejn ikun hemm nitfa verità tant tispara bl-addoċċ biex tweġġa’ u tilħaq l-għanijiet tagħha li mbagħad fatt jinbidel f’gideb esaġerazzjonijiet

Fil-fattfil-gazzetta KullĦadd ilbieraħ kwotajt kunsillier minn Għawdex li qalli proprju dan. Tant li Chris Said jinsab imħasseb li jista jkun hu li jbagħti minn dan kolluTgħiduli allura għaliex Chris Said għaliex ma joħroġx qattabla ħabel kontra Caruana Galizia. Ċarangħid jien. Anke hu andu x’jaħbi.

Peró Delia ma marx l-aħjar biss għax jista’ jaħdem favurih il-fatt li huwa fil-mira ta’ waħda mir-raġunijiet għall-aħħar żewġ telfiet elettorali tal-PN, Raġuni żgħiraiżda preżenti

Delia mar tajjeb għaliex dan l-attakk ma ħalliex lin-nies jiskrutinizzaw fix tassew jemmen u x’jista’ joffri lill-pajjiż. Jiena segwejtu f’kull laqgħa li kellu li xxandret fuq facebook live. Għajjat u storbju kemm tridiżda inkonsistenti u jeħel f’dik li hi viżjoni għall-pajjiżInkonsistenti anke dwar x’irid għall-partitfilli jgħid li jrid jibdew mill-ġdid u filli jagħmel żewġ terzi ta’ laqgħa jimita lil Simon Busuttil u jgħid li maħniex pajjiż normali bil-għan li jikseb il-vot tal-kunsillieriKieku wieħed iffoka fuq il-kontenut kien ikun jaf aħjar kemm dan Delia m’għandu ebda stoffa ta’ Kap ta’ partit u aħseb u ara Prim Ministru.  Tgħiduli Chris Said għandu allura?LanqasFil-fatt jien fost il-ħafna li jemmnu li m’hemmx għażla. Ftit ħsibijiet dwar dan qsamthom ukoll mat-Times of Malta kif jidhru hawn taħt.

The new Nationalist Party leader must have all that Simon Busuttil did not have and must not have what Busuttil put at the centre of his work ethic and at the heart of his character.

The PN leader must present himself with a clear vision for the future of the nation. He must be fully aware of the path on which he would like to lead his party. When Joseph Muscat was elected leader of the Labour Party, his vision of a victorious generation, Ġenerazzjoni rebbieħa, was built on such solid think- ing it still holds water today.

Are ideas being presented by those contesting for the PN’s leadership that would be able to withstand the test of time? I would say none at all.

Thanks to Facebook Live, I followed nearly all the meetings the contenders had in their political clubs. It was rather unfortunate to observe that none of them seems to grasp the notion that they might not only be leader of the PN but a future prime minister too.

I have heard candidates vouch that their political clubs will have doors that are more open, that they will attempt to cater for individual favours, that they will try to haul the PN out of the financial crisis and that they will attempt to resuscitate a party that is in internal shambles. However, none of them have presented a single idea on how they would administer important sectors in the running of the country.

There are also other elements I would look for as part of the new leadership package, such fresh winds of change. One contestant that would definitely kill the freshness in the air would be Chris Said, who was in Lawrence Gonzi’s infa– mous Cabinet that self-indulged in a €500 per week increase in their wages. Said is the same politician who told the whistleblower in the Gozitan ‘work for votes’ case he would give him all the aid possible.

There needs to be a leader that grasps the true meaning of transparency. He must not be like Said or Alex Perici Calascione, who allowed agreements such as those with the db Group, so that the PN would be able to cash in on thousands of euros, against every principle governing the law on party financing. If that were not enough, this feat was followed by the ċedoli scheme and other manoeuvers that helped the PN bypass a law enacted in the name of transparency.

Other contestants, such as Adrian Delia, are in no position to offer transparency either. I will only men- tion his political ventures and take note of the fact that one of his first pronouncements was a refusal to make public his declaration of assets. Horrific alle– gationsthen started to emerge, casting a very dubious light on whether he should be trusted with such a massive role.

The new political leader must be one that inspires. None of the candidates has managed to do this so far, not even within the party itself.

I find it rather strange that somebody unable to bring together people of his same political beliefs would be able to bring unity within a country. The ability to achieve unity is definitely a quality a new leader must possess.

The electoral result is clearly indicative of the need for a clean break from Busuttil’s rhetoric of division. Said, Perici Calascione, Delia and Frank Portelli are doing just the opposite. Their confrontational atti– tude might be indicative that we should expect more of the same; a party whose main aim is to raise the country’s political tempera- ment, in a country where serenity reigns.

The choice of PN leadership is all thanks to what Busuttil left behind him. It is no wonder that seemingly eligible candidates did not pronounce them- selves ready for the leadership.

Unfortunately, there is no choice. The inner clique has left the party barren.

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F’dan il-blog Aleander Balzan se jkun qiegħed jikteb ħsibijietu dwar temi differenti li jkunu għaddejjin f’pajjiżna; mill-politika għal temi soċjali u oħrajn kontroversjali. Min jaf lil Aleander jaf li huwa dritt għal punt u dak li għandek tistenna f'dan l-ispazju. Huwa gradwa fl-Istudji Ewropej, il-Komunikazzjoni u l-Politika mill-Università ta’ Malta

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