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MP donates defibrillator to parliament in maiden speech

Cardiologist Albert Fenech this afternoon donated a portable defibrillator to the House of Representatives as he was making his maiden speech in Parliament.

The Nationalist MP said he was making the donation on behalf of the Malta Heart Foundation since stress levels could be high in parliament.

The defibrillator was sponsored by Technoline Ltd.

He said that training will be provided on its use.

In his speech Prof Fenech warned on the dangers of stress to people's health and also said he had long campaigned for defibrillators to be made available in public places.

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