WHAT I STAND FOR
If I’m given the privilege to be elected Nationalist Party leader, I will give it my all to build a united, inclusive and dynamic party, which serves the nation as a formidable opposition and a credible government-in-waiting.
I would open wide our doors to all those who wish to contribute and chase those whose motivation is not yet completely there. I would make sure we are true to ourselves and our mission as the people’s party, turning the Nationalist Party into a 21st century political lab, where ideas are fostered and debates encouraged. I want to lead a party that is brave enough to leave its comfort zone and embark on new journeys, building bridges that have crumbled or that we ourselves pulled down, while setting an ambitious and exciting agenda that will see our country move forward. I want to lead a party that is constantly challenging what we have got used to, a party that stops replicating what might have worked in the past but instead use those models as trajectories to something entirely new. I would run the Nationalist Party as if it was a start-up, with the focus on building communities, stimulating team spirit, thinking out of the box, harvesting technology, investing in people and ensuring that we are constantly where we need to be – at the very heart of Maltese society.
Under my helm there will be room for all those willing to work hard for the party to reconnect with the electorate and to start regaining the people’s trust. The road is long but as a leader I would make my first step with the full conviction that we can and we will get there.