Marsascala family park to open before next election

Video: Paul Spiteri Lucas

Prime Minister Lawrence Gonzi said today at Villa Arrigo that the Government would open the Marsascala family park by March 9.

He said this would be the biggest family park in Malta, the size of 21 football pitches.

Dr Gonzi also said he felt proud when German Chancellor Angela Merkel praised Malta's economy in Berlin yesterday.

He stressed that the country's results could not be taken for granted because if a captain of a ship where to take a wrong decision, the whole ship could sink.

The Prime Minister also reiterated his commitment to keeping electricity bills as low as possible.

The Nationalist Party will tonight hold a general council to approve its manifesto on which the party's electoral programme would be built.

The electoral programme should not be a Christmas hamper, he said.



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