PN - Political campaign difficult to finance
PN Leader Lawrence Gonzi said that PN is finding it difficult to finance the political campaign as opposed to PL who is spending away on billboards and adverts.
During a Radio 101 program, Dr Gonzi thanked people who donated in yesterday’s telethon where over €500,000 was collected and promised to make good use of the funds. PN Leader has obtained €1,128 Million in EU funds this week that will be used to help Maltese families.
PN promised that 25,000 new jobs will be created in the next legislature with the focus being on encouraging more women to enter the work force and promote the elderly to be more active in society.
Thanks to incentives and measures taken by PN, people will be retiring at 65 years and reduced the unemployment rate. PN warned voters against PL and the economic crises that will result from having PL in Government.
Dr Gonzi spoke how PN will continue to invest in education, social services, tourism, manufacturing, aviation and the maritime industries. He also stated that while change is good and required one must always strive to make a change for the better and not for the worst, and choosing PL will result in a crisis.
“We believe in creating politics that the people don’t need to make use of” stated PN Leader Lawrence Gonzi, while saying that politics is for the service of the people not people having to go to politicians to be able to obtain something.
Dr Gonzi concluded by mentioning the €54 Million spent on the new Oncology Centre which will be finished by next year, the decrease in taxes for businesses and investors, free healthcare and the decrease of the deficit to 2% by this year.