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European Parliament Elections.

Posted in 1 by Editor on June 6, 2009
Victory but not THE victory.
  

The Sunday Times of Malta online says:

Labour wins by a landslide – Victory estimated between 55-57%

Labour obtains a majority of between 33,000 and 35,000 votes.
 
http://www.timesofmalta.com/articles/view/20090607/local/labour-wins-by-a-landslide

 
 
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  1. George Galea said, on June 7, 2009 at 1:30 am

    Although I am confident that when we know the results in a few hours time, it will be clear for all to see that Labour is Malta’s leading party, yesterday’s Zejtun farce may have salvaged a couple of thousand votes for Gonzi. The PN needed that incident like someone lost in the desert needs water!

  2. Mary Ellul Jones said, on June 7, 2009 at 6:23 am

    If Zejtun didn’t exist the PN would have had to invent one. I know it’s not original but you get the message, don’t you?

  3. Peppinu said, on June 7, 2009 at 7:08 am

    Il-Partit ma kienx mhejji ghal eventwalita’ bhal din. Ir-reazzjoni mhawda fuq One TV tghidli li hadd il-Hamrun ma kien haseb li xi haga bhal din tista tigri fl-2009.

  4. Suspicious minds said, on June 7, 2009 at 8:20 am

    I would not be surprised if the whole Zejtun thing was set up by the Nationalists or someone close to them or someone else who is not pleased at Joseph Muscat’s meteoric success.

  5. Frances Vella said, on June 7, 2009 at 8:25 am

    I see that everybody has been distracted by the Zejtun whateveritwasthathappened. Let’s wait for the results. The Maltese are not fools (well not all of them anyway :-), the great majority of those that voted yesterday will not have been influenced by that incident, either because they had already voted or simply because they realised that those things belong to the past or to the warped mind of Nationalist dirty-tricks specialists.

  6. terminator said, on June 7, 2009 at 8:36 am

    Joseph ghandu jibghat messag car daqs il-kristall lill boloh u l-mixtrija…

  7. Desplein said, on June 7, 2009 at 11:33 am

    Landlubber sharks.

    How interesting to hear MEPA strongly reminding us that the Great White Shark has to be protected. It is a true case a of “It takes it takes a shark to know a shark” and “Birds [sharks] of a feather flock [float] together”.

    Whee there ever any doubts?

  8. Kaizen said, on June 7, 2009 at 11:52 am

    Il-qawsalla tfegg wara l-maltemp.

    Rega sebah.
    Nithaznu sewwa, ‘nxammru l-kmiem, u nmiddu ghonqna ghax-xoghol.
    Il-hsad jasal.

  9. John Pellicano said, on June 7, 2009 at 12:09 pm

    Il-Great Whites m’humiex qeghdin fil-bahar izda jinsabu fuq din l-art helwa. Uhud minnhom jigru bil-Jaguars.

  10. Joe Vella said, on June 7, 2009 at 2:17 pm

    GonziPN will try to draw poison from the ongoing turmoil inside his divided party which resulted in Labour getting 57% of the votes; nothing like it since the 1950’s.
    Although it is the first time for me to have voted LABOUR, I am glad that I was not the only one!
    Finally the LABOUR party has found a leader “whom what you see is what you get”, a real person who is made of teflon as he is as clean and NORMAL as you can get!
    After years and years wherby the gatekeepers had their way defending their PN ( and their perks and privelleges ) with all its scandals, sleaze, and a heavy one at that. After years and years having blue eyed boys and ladies ( some famous and some not) riding the never ending slippery GRAVY TRAIN, finally MALTA sees a light.
    Now its the time for GONZI to GO, or the PN will GO!
    The crises of confidence and the bitter divisions inside the PN- whom water has alluded to, are real. And yet the gate keepers, in the media, the Xrabanks and the local closet PN Larry Kings, never hinted at these divisions, lest their perks and good money will be in jeopardy.
    One word of advice, Labour has not won the elections.In order to do this the Party must get rid of the symbols and persons of OLD who were responsible for the defeats of the PL. Perhaps not of their fault, but a defeat it was. Floaters like me want NEW people, new officials and more new ideas. These are the sign of the TIMES and the LEADER must read them!


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