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Meta l-Ministru tas-Sahha hareg ir-regolamenti dwar it-tipjip bla ebda konsultazzjoni ma hadd, il-Ministru ha sitt xhur biex jammetti li ha falza stikka. Bis-sahha tal-kampanja li ghamlet l-GRTU, il-Ministru kellu jdawwar ir-rotta u bi ftehim mall-GRTU:

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Il-GRTU – Malta Chamber of Small and Medium Enterprises qed tappella lil membri taghha u sidien ta’ negozji ohra biex jaghtu mportanza lill-Elezzjoni ghall-Parlament Ewropew. Hu mportanti hafna li Malta jkollha rapprezentanza ta’ nies kapaci u li jimpenjaw ruhhom biex jiehdu l-massimu mir-rapprezentanza zghira Maltija. Hu importanti li s-sidien tan-negozji jaghtu importanza fl-ghazla taghhom lil kandidati li huma mpenjati favur l-interessi tan-negozji z-zghar. Fil-Parlament Ewropew hemm grupp qawwi ta’ parlamentari li jirsistu ghall-inizjattivi favur n-negozji z-zghar u jkun xieraq li r-rapprezentanti Maltin eletti jkunu lesti biex isahhu dan l-grupp.

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The GRTU - Malta Chamber of Small and Medium Enterprises - wishes to make its position on indoor air quality clear once and for all.

It is immaterial whether Mr Philip Fenech was misunderstood, misreported or if he expressed himself un-clearly. The fact remains that slavishadherence to a single aspect of social interaction, be it the economy,leisure pursuits or health, ignores the reality of the human experience. Naturally, there are priorities and health is the foremost amongst them.

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The GRTU is calling a general meeting on Monday, 14th June at 5.00p.m. at the GRTU General Headquarters in Valletta. The circular states that the Ministry for Rural Affairs is adamantly trying to hold on to the past. Rather than facing the realities of Malta’s accession in the European Union, they believe they can hold to an anachronistic policy of bureaucratic controls, threats, fines and eventual imprisonment against importers. All this under the excuse of the “safeguard clause”. A clause which was intended for periods of crisis and not as a tool to interfere with the free movements of goods.

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Having seen newspaper reports of comments made by him and having noted the way Minister Louis Deguara chose to express himself in parliament on the matter, Mr. Philip Fenech, president Hospitality and Leisure Division of the GRTU, has issued the following brief statement.

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