Former PN minister says Gonzi is not a leader
Former Nationalist minister Michael Falzon says Prime Minister Lawrence Gonzi does not possess leadership qualities.
22 July 2012, 12:00am
Speaking to Sunday newspaper Illum, Falzon insisted "the Prime Minister seems to be determined to lose more votes."
Falzon added that he is informed of movements within the party's structures which will lead the way to a change in the PN leadership.
He explains that the party could once be described as a rainbow coalition but this is no longer the case. Falzon adds that claims that the PN has become an exclusive party are very valid.
Read the full interview in today's edition of Illum
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