On the campaign trail with Lawrence Gonzi, Ariadne Massa got an insight into the prime minister's regrets on Arriva, his ailing eyesight and dislike for makeup.
Follow a day in the life of the Prime Minister in the video above.
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Feb 11th, 10:18
No thanks. Only if he gives me 500 euro per week for two years and does not want them back.
Reply to Lawrence Fenech
Feb 10th, 19:17
il-love handles ta Muscat gejjin jaraw ahjar jghidu l-make-up li jaghmel Gonzo
Reply to Gordon Farrugia
Feb 10th, 17:54
I wonder what the papers he signed were? Some last minute, pre-election, vote-catching favour, perhaps?
Reply to Victor Laiviera
Feb 10th, 16:07
€49,000,000 qatra Fl Ocean u €500.00 FIl buwt .. Dawk par idejn sodi...
Reply to Anthony Borg
Feb 10th, 21:35
1.2billjun ghal Malta inkomplu sejrin?
Feb 10th, 12:59
2:57 - Anton Attard. Must be mediation day.
Reply to David Farrugia
Feb 10th, 11:06
Dear PM you are not wearing a seat belt. Don't worry, no one will fine you.
Reply to Chris Farrugia
Feb 10th, 15:17
Can you see the car moving?
Feb 10th, 15:59
of course we're seeing it! go on 0:17
Feb 10th, 16:31
hahah good eye. how can such a law be enforced when even the PM messes it up hehe
Feb 10th, 18:37
Those cars do not have 'over the shoulder' belts, but 'lap' belts....
Feb 10th, 19:12
When Have you ever seen a VIP strapped in a seat belt in the back seat????? Anything better to comment about Chris?????
Feb 10th, 20:47
I believe diplomats,ministers ,taxi drivers and the opposition leader are allowed not to wear seat belts for security reasons.
Chris at least he’s at the back seat, Joseph is at the front seat without a belt. "Staying at the back makes him feel queasy.” reports Ariadne.
Feb 11th, 05:37
@ L. Zammit
as I said ... 2:36 the car is moving and you can see the PM for maybe 2 seconds without the seat belt.
M.Farrugia - there is no seat belt. He clearly takes something from his side pocket and there's definitely no seat belt!
Feb 10th, 10:46
I feel sorry for both Joseph Muscat and Lawrence Gonzi, and any other politician for that matter. Politics often demonizes or venerates an individual and makes us forget that they are actually "human". I am not a nationalist by any stretch of the word, but there is one golden quote here:
"The moment when politics changes me, is the moment when I will leave."
Reply to Aaron Debattista
Feb 10th, 11:42
Feb 10th, 19:14
Yes they maybe idolised by the public but they actually have a life.....One with everything that makes us human......!!!
Feb 26th, 12:16
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