Activist group Moviment Graffitti is calling for the immediate resignation of PN leader Bernard Grech, together with an apology from the party for his recent comments regarding Andrea Prudente.
In what they have described as a ‘barbaric disparaging of a woman mourning a wanted pregnancy’, Moviment Graffitti have expressed their frustration at Grech’s way of discourse, after he “mocked the surname of Andrea Prudente who lost a wanted pregnancy, one that both she and her partner cared deeply about and wanted to celebrate.”
The activist group are holding the PN leader responsible for the encouragement of public descent into aggressive and violent amoralism, all while the entire country debates the ongoing parliamentary discussion on abortion reform.
“We insist that European Parliament President Roberta Metsola, in remaining silent on this matter, has failed to use her position of power and the global platforms available to her to shield the women of Malta and Gozo from the public oppression, humiliation and shaming inflicted upon them by her colleagues in the PN Opposition during this dark week,” the statement read.
The PN have remained committed to their position on ‘saving the lives of mothers’, with Grech himself stating that ‘no reporting will change the truth’ in Parliament before going on to appeal for agreement to ‘gift’ the public with an agreement which he claims will help society.
“You have the chance to bring national unity instead of national division”, Grech stated in a recent video posted to his Facebook page.
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