Stipends key for educational success - Lawrence Gonzi
Stipends are one of the secrets behind Malta’s educational success and if 20,000 jobs were not created over the past legislature, then Malta would have had a problem Prime Minister Lawrence Gonzi during a political activity in Gharb, Gozo.
Dr Gonzi explained that the number of courses in the Gozitan educational system had grown and the next step is the introduction of examinations on the sister island.
The PN leader also addressed the health sector, adding that there is a large opportunity to expand in medical tourism, such as spas and in the private medical sector. “Gozo is one of the world’s treasures,” Dr Gonzi said.
Earlier in the day, the PN leader visited the Kempinski Hotel, where he spoke on a number of Gozo projects including the restoration of the Citadella.
The PN leader stressed the need for the generation of 25,000 more jobs in the coming legislature and the substantial investment the PN led Government has made in sustainable tourism, particularly in Gozo.