Peter
Agius

Peter Agius is a Nationalist Party candidate for the 2019 European elections

Still undecided?
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Unless those in the lead have the competence and the commitment to bring over...
Greener Malta for my sons
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Coming to think of it, forcing a green encroachment into the concrete and brick...
Bernard’s call | Peter Agius
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I think more of us should keep an eye on Bernard Grech’s call...
Oh the arrogance!
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We are expected to be happy with what we get to know from ministerial press...
Poor Alex? MEP’s chiding was entirely appropriate
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What could have been a feeble attempt with little attention and no follow-up,...
Business impossible, unless connected
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What use is it for Malta enterprise or EU funded joints to promote start-ups...
Candy-sticks for canvassers
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Instead of joining other European countries in the policy debate on how to...
Bill paid for Moneyval
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What is under the hammer is no longer the abuse of power and blatant corruption...
The Libyan frontier
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As friends of Libya we must extend the helping hand in rebuilding the country...
Like Corsica or the Azores, we can make Gozo an island of opportunity
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Any vision or plan for Gozo has to depart from its very own competitive...
Raw deal not green: why Malta is missing in action
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No wonder Malta lingers at the bottom of renewable energy efforts in Europe....
Stagnating wages and the minister’s wake-up call
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While Clyde Caruana launches a public consultation whose main question is how...
Fresh page for the country
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Opinion: Bernard Grech manifests the humble demeanour we expect from those...
Religio et Patria 2.0: how the PN can once again be a driving force for change
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The PN has in the past been tested and sometimes found ill-prepared on ethical...
Lessons learnt with Antonio Tajani
Europe 2019
We cannot expect people to vote for us unless we tell them very clearly what we...
The ideal MEP is a bridge-builder, a nerd and a good communicator
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Look for a bridge-builder, a nerdy eye for detail and technicalities, and...
That’s not pro-business
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As odd as it might seem to some government operators... we do have rules...
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