“from what i gather you are all out in favour of people abusing freedom of expression trying to destroy others and what maybe they have sacrificedly built in a lifetime, and paying just two thousand euros in compensation.” Franco Debono (word for word)
maltatoday.com.mt reports: “Nationalist MP Jeffrey Pullicino Orlando takes the floor. He says the Opposition’s motion was tabled after a number Continue reading
“Debono: I am ready to help the PM bring about reform”
Franco Debono: ”this notwithstanding i always was polite and diplomatic in regards to the minister”
RADJU MALTA – ‘Ghandi x’ Nghid | 2/6/2012| STREAMING: | ON DEMAND: http://andrewazzopardi.org/ghandi-x-nghid-radio-show/
Leader of the House?
‘Dr Mifsud Bonnici was appointed to the post in January when Dr Gonzi reshuffled part of his Cabinet, splitting Dr Mifsud Bonnici’s Ministry of Justice and Home Affairs by transferring responsibility for justice to Chris Said.’
“Franco Debono finds reason to criticise state of the courts as chair collapses”
What I find increasingly disconcerting is the change in estimation Dr Debono has developed towards Minister Mifsud Bonnici in a relatively short period of time.
‘In a statement the PL said that approval of a censure motion should be enough for a minister to resign.’ ToM
“It’s shameful that democracy has been tainted in this manner while €80 mllion is spend on a new parliament building,” Debono replied
Debono, fil-fehma tieghi, li kellu jghid qalu u ghamlu, issa nahseb ghandu jaghmel l-ahjar haga ghalih innifsu u jirrizenja minn MP ftit qabel l-elezzjoni halli juri li dan kollu li ghamel ‘is not about him’….
Dr Franco Debono during Inkontri said that he is a step ahead of the PM – I’m not too sure about this. We will have to wait and see. Interesting days ahead!
‘i think that dr borg olivier should have said tha he was almost sleeping in our kitchen to convince me to vote, because with a clear conscience i had great difficluties to vote in favour of a ministry, whih i had been sayin for years had a completely wrong attitud to justice and home affairs. nothing personal but i was never in agreement, i declared publicly, and the situation shows.’ Dr Franco Debono MP