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We cannot leave the choice of our MEPs to fate

This article was first published in Malta Today, view it here. There are certain important areas where I truly believe we should be doing, better for our country. These are issues that are very close to my heart, issues which I believe will have serious future repercussions, and issues that I believe that I can […]

Different generations, same energy

Nationalist MEP candidates Francis Zammit Dimech and Roselyn Borg Knight share how their fascination for politics began, healthy lifestyles and the issues they’re most passionate about. Photographs by Joanna Demarco. This interview was first published in First Magazine circulated with The Malta Independent on Sunday. Francis Zammit Dimech and Roselyn Borg Knight. At first glance, two very […]

Making it on your own

This article was first published on The Malta Independent. You can view it here. The Europe 2020 strategy recognizes entrepreneurship and self-employment as key for achieving smart, sustainable and inclusive growth in Europe’s economy.  In this regard the European Commission promotes business start-ups by unemployed and vulnerable individuals and offers support for social entrepreneurs as well […]

Why should we have to fight for the rule of law ?

This article was first published on The Malta Independent. View it here Rule of Law Definition: “The authority and influence of law in society, especially when viewed as a constraint on individual and institutional behaviour; (hence) the principle whereby all members of a society (including those in government) are considered equally subject to publicly disclosed legal codes and […]

Roselyn Borg Knight expresses interest in becoming PN MEP candidate

This interview was first published in The Malta Independent. For the original article click here Roselyn Borg Knight, a lawyer by profession, has told The Malta Independent on Sunday that she is interested in contesting in the upcoming MEP elections on the PN ticket. She said she is waiting for formal party approval, before officially joining the […]