Prime Minister, Opposition leader to lock horns on Reporter

Prime Minister Joseph Muscat and Opposition leader Simon Busuttil to face each other today on Reporter

With only two weeks to go to the European Parliament elections, the leaders of the Labour Party and the Nationalist Party will lock horns during tonight's edition of Reporter.

In the run-up to the election, Labour Party leader and Prime Minister Joseph Muscat has insisted that the upcoming elections are the perfect platform for the electorate to show it trust in the government “that has delivered on its electoral promises.”

While bemoaning the government’s shortcomings during its 14-month legislature, PN leader Simon Busuttil has insisted that the elections are the perfect opportunity for the country to show a “yellow card” to the government.

Reporter, which will be broadcasted at 6.55pm on TVM, will see Muscat and Busuttil debate the elections and will also discuss the main issues that have dominated the party’s European campaigns.

Reporter, presented by MediaToday’s managing editor Saviour Balzan, will also feature an interview with Alternattiva Demokratika chairperson Arnold Cassola.

The programme is produced and presented by Saviour Balzan, assisted by Frederick Attard.

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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