[WATCH] On meritocracy and government’s performance - Labour candidate Miriam Dalli

Saviour Balzan will analyse the government's decision eight-and-half months into its legislature and delve into the advantages and disadvantages of these decisions.

MediaToday managing editor Saviour Balzan
MediaToday managing editor Saviour Balzan

MediaToday managing editor Saviour Balzan is set to analyse the effects of the government's decisions during today's Reporter on TVM together with Parliamentary Secretary Edward Zammit Lewis and PN Deputy Leader for Party Affairs Beppe Fenech Adami.

The programme will include numerous interviews with PN Deputy Robert Cutajar, editor of PN newspaper in-Nazzjon Alex Attard, editor of GWU newspaper l-Orizzont and PL MEP candidate Miriam Dalli.

Reporter is aired live every Monday at 6:55pm on TVM. The programme is repeated on TVM2 on Monday at 10:15pm.

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I think that whilst Miriam Dalli stated that she holds a doctorate, there is no indication of a doctorate on her linkedin profile, so, I would presume that she is still reading for the doctorate. I am quite impressed by her academic qualifications, let's hope her multiple responsibilities don't distract her from keeping the needs of citizens focused. Miriam Dalli's online profile is available at mt.linkedin.com/in/miriamdalli.
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Joseph MELI
Meritocracy applied to women being appointed -what meritocracy ?Now we have the Germans enshrining in legislation a minimum quota of women on company's boards and this is perceived as a step forward and not as a retrograde step which is being applauded by womens' organisations here.So now ability,capability ,qualifications or competence are immaterial providing you are female!How will such a policy ensure adequate gender-equality as opposed to being perceived as simply being legally compelled to satisfy female number quotas on boards ?
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Meritocracy? Unfortunately, Muscat has mislaid his dictionary and knows not the meaning of the word.