[WATCH] Miriam Dalli asks public for its say on how to take Malta to the next level

The Labour MEP said she would be launching her campaign on the 8 March, calling on the public to take an active role and make their voices heard

Miriam Dalli said she wanted to hear from the public about what they felt needed to be prioritised to take Malta to the next level
Miriam Dalli said she wanted to hear from the public about what they felt needed to be prioritised to take Malta to the next level

Labour MEP Miriam Dalli is calling on the public to get in touch and send her their ideas on what Malta should prioritized during the next legislature of the European Parliament.

“What issues do you wan me to focus on? How do you feel we can take this country to the next level?” Dalli asks voters in a video released yesterday.

Dalli said she would be launching her campaign on 8 March, and called on Maltese and Gozitan citizen’s to take an actively take part.

“This will be your campaign because I want to put your priorities at the forefront,” she said.  “Tell me the themes you consider to be a priority.”

Dalli has been an MEP since 2014 when she was elected to the parliament for the first time. In that time, she said that she had always “made Malta a priority”, as evidenced by her work in areas such as “taxation, the environment, innovation and irregular migration, whilst defending the national interest even when the European Parliament took stands against Malta”.

“I come before you with a vision based on what you would like to see as a priority. The Labour government strengthened this country’s economic foundations during these six years,” Dalli said. “Now is the time to take the next step. The next level for Malta.”

Dalli said she was inviting citizens of all ages to have their say on the areas where they feel the country needs to take a leap forward.

“This is not my campaign but the campaign of each and every one of you because these islands, and their people, deserve nothing but the best,” Dalli said. 

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