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Former PN minister says Gonzi is not a leader

Former Nationalist minister Michael Falzon says Prime Minister Lawrence Gonzi does not possess leadership qualities.

Nestor Laiviera
22 July 2012, 12:00am
Former PN minister Michael Falzon
Former Nationalist minister Michael Falzon said recent events in the local political scene, dominated by the resignation of Jeffrey Pullicino Orlando from the PN, confirmed that "Lawrence Gonzi does not possess leadership qualities."

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

tarxieniz1
Why don't you contest for the leadership so that the NP will have a very good Leader?
joseph busuttil
I have alreay said that the present situation of the PN is a block of ice melting by the seconds. But, it seems that there are some few powerful people who want to lick the pot till the end and yet they don't care about the party and the country. Pity, because these people are more powerful than the PM.
lupus
No...Gonzi does have leadership qualities...the worst of kind though!!!
Silent Citizen
I agree with Michael Falzon, Gonzi is not the leader but the figure head of the PN and is being led by a few individuals.
George Sultana
Speaking to Sunday newspaper Illum, Falzon insisted "the Prime Minister seems to be determined to lose more votes." Micheal Falzon, for sure, is much more in the Maltese family homes and kitchens than Gonzipn and Simon Busutill are. People who were fooled by wild promises of Gonzipn, especially workers, can never trust Gonzipn. Time for Gonzipn to call it a day, especially after loosing, not only thousands of pn supporters but also important elements in the party.
Christian Thorn
Mhux Krizi politika biss, imma KRIZI TA' IDENTITA ta' mexxej (?) ta' partit, ta' mexxej ta' pajjiz.... ta' Partit li qieghed jigverna bla maggoranza!