Labour must remain accessible to all – Gino Cauchi

New Labour CEO Gino Cauchi says his principal aim is to keep party and government separate and make it accessible to all.

Labour CEO Gino Cauchi
Labour CEO Gino Cauchi

Labour's landslide victory at the polls was not the end of the journey, but only the beginning of a new era, newly appointed Labour CEO Gino Cauchi said.

Speaking to Sunday newspaper Illum, the former MP said: "To ensure that the new era lasts, we must strengthen and renew the party's structures."

He added that the party will not only strengthen its central structures but it would also look at bolstering its presence in towns and villages through a reform in the party clubs spread all over the islands.

On his role as CEO, Cauchi said: "While ensuring that the basis of the way we work remains the same one we used in the last few years, we must ensure that it is strengthened and brings us closer to the people."

Read the full interview in today's edition of Illum

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Bla Bla Bla
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Dear Gino, I heard that before when there was a change in government once. It started off well but all was forgotten by the ministers after a couple of months. I bet anything that history will repeat itself and all will be forgotten by the end of this year. We citizens will become the mortal ones while the ministers will become demi gods. There must be someone in the party or government with enough teeth to supervise and continue to drive the ministers to keep their feet on the ground.
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Emmanuel Mallia
Dear Gino, No there are already signs that there is no difference between the PN and Pl administration. Many people are already complaining of unanswered emails !