Joseph Muscat, Labour Party disassociate themselves from sticker album

A private company will publish a sticker album outlining Joseph Muscat’s political career but the Labour Party has disassociated itself from the venture

A sticker album in Joseph Muscat's name is not endorsed by him
A sticker album in Joseph Muscat's name is not endorsed by him

A Maltese private company’s initiative to publish a sticker album on Joseph Muscat’s political career is not endorsed by the Prime Minister.

The company’s advert soliciting advance bookings for the sticker album that will be released on Freedom Day, caused a stir on social media.

But in a statement on Friday, the Labour Party disassociated itself from the initiative. “Neither the Prime Minister nor the Labour Party gave permission for this product and have absolutely nothing to do with it,” the PL said.

The company called Albums & Co. said the album would cost €12.99 and sticker packets would cost €1.50 each.

The social media advert also had a disclaimer with it, saying the company had no affiliation with any political party.

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