Amongst the costumes and floats during this year’s Nadur carnival, one particular showcase stuck out, echoing an ongoing push by MaltaDaily.
A group of carnival goers built a parliament resembling structure, with a sign urging for the removal of the barriers from in front of parliament.
Blending the lines between satire, political commentary and pure carnival craziness, the structure had an uncanny and impressive resemblance to Malta’s parliament.
Some carnival goers also staged a Parliament reshuffle in the streets of Nadur, equipped with a podium, tables and a camera crew.
This comes as MaltaDaily campaigns to have the parliament barriers removed, with 684 signatures as of yet.