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Press Release 16.12.2015

Press Release 16th December, 2015

“Government’s Gift to Sadeen approved through terrible governance” Front Harsien ODZ

33 Labour Members of Parliament have approved the sale of ODZ land of ecological value in the public domain to Jordanian construction company Sadeen. 198 more words

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Press release 16.10.2015

Press release 16.10.2015

Budget: Zonqor: Why is Government ignoring Parliamentary Committee?

Front Harsien ODZ referred to the Government’s declaration on budget day that the proposed development at Zonqor will go ahead as announced by the Prime Minister during the Summer recess. 132 more words

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PRESS RELEASE 20.07.2015

Malti / English

Stqarrija Stampa 20 ta’ Lulju, 2015

“B’tifkira taż-Żonqor”- Il-Front isejjaħ lil MPs ma jinsewx liż-Żonqor

Dalgħodu attivisti mill- Front Ħarsien ODZ qasmu tifkira li tikkonsisti minn ġebel taż-żonqor bil-messaġġ ‘aħjar żonqor milli tifkira tiegħu’ lill-MPs biex ifakkruhom biex ma jinsewx id-dmir tagħhom li jiddefendu ż-Żonqor mill-iżvilupp waqt li l-parlament ma jkunx qed jiltaqa fis-Sajf. 342 more words

Press Releases

Stupid response by Cedric Foo to Leon Perera's excellent points on diversity of views

In Leon Perera’s maiden speech in Parliament, he said:

“I find that casting the election result as a badge of national unity is deeply unhelpful for our nation-building. 563 more words

Things I Care About

Idris Elba On Diversity

Media is the ‘means of mass communication’. It has an extremely important role in modern day society which aims to effectively represent and link together a source to its audience. 115 more words

UK Politics

How Many Times Did Your MP Attend Parliament in 2015?

Yesterday the Parliament sat at Gordon House for the first time in 2016, a year in which there is likely to be an election, which will determine who your MP will be for the next 5 years, approximately. 281 more words

Jamaica

Why don't MPs turn up to do their jobs?

In a fit of boredom yesterday, I found myself watching several hours of BBC Parliament. Topics up for debate during those few hours were very important to most of us, I would have thought: equal pension allocation for women; support for children leaving care; the housing crisis and its impact on displaced students’ schooling. 519 more words

Thoughts And Stuff