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‘We Are Extremely Proud Of This Result’, Says Arnold Cassola

'We Are Extremely Proud Of This Result', Says Arnold Cassola
Jun 10 2024 Share

Independent candidate Arnold Cassola took to social media following the announcement of election results to reflect on his most recent campaign.

Despite missing out on the MEP seat, the independent candidate wrote that:

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‘These last few weeks have been a great experience for all of us. We are all extremely proud of this result.’

 

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He said that there’s an emerging sense of optimism and appetite for a new chapter in Maltese politics.

‘A wish for a modern, just and prosperous Malta. We have an emerging generation of voters who want to give voice to a fresh democratic future that goes away from tribalism and moves toward a more dynamic and functional society where reason and merit drive the agenda, where decisions are taken in the best interests of the nation and its citizens.’

‘This was just the beginning. Let’s keep moving forward with the same optimism and unity that brought us here in the first place.’

Cassola ended the race with 22,941 votes, falling short of acquiring the seat as the two main parties acquired 3 seats each.

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Roberta Metsola Gets Record Breaking Amount Of Votes

Roberta Metsola Gets Record Breaking Amount Of Votes
Jun 10 2024 Share

European Parliament President Roberta Metosla received a whopping 87,473 first count votes, breaking the MEP record.

 

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Taking to social media, Metsola wrote:

‘I am humbled and grateful for your trust. We wrote history today. Thank you for believing. I will not let you down.’

Metsola is one of three PN candidates to be elected, with the other two being David Casa and Peter Agius.

Alex Agius Saliba, Thomas Bajada and Daniel Attard were PL candidates elected.

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Season 1 Islanders Wish Marie Christine Good Luck

Season 1 Islanders Wish Marie Christine Good Luck
Jun 10 2024 Share

Former Love Island Malta Season 1 contestants have been wishing good luck to Marie Christine as she returns to the villa.

Marie Christine was a season 1 contestant and finalist, finishing in third place with Kyle Curmi.

 

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Gaby and Sven, the runner ups for the first season wished Marie all the best on her return.

Season 1 couple winner Chelsea Bagnall, who won with Allen Piscopo, also wished Marie good luck on her return writing:

‘Can’t put into words how much I love this girl. Not being able to speak to you has been so hard but I’m so proud of you.’

‘You have such a beautiful soul and you deserve the world and more. Go be your amazing self and smash it.’

Meanwhile, Kyle took to story to ask for ‘thoughts about the Marie situation.  What do you think? Shocked. I was not expecting it’.

He even added a story, writing, ‘Marie will find me there’.

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PN-PL Gap Drops From 42.6K to 8.4K in 5 Years

PN-PL Gap Drops From 42.6K to 8.4K in 5 Years
Jun 9 2024 Share

According to the most recent numbers, the voting gap between the Labour Party and the Nationalist Party ultimately stood at 8,454 votes.

During this year’s election, the PN managed to reclaim a third seat at the European Parliament, with Roberta Metsola, Peter Agius and David Casa getting elected while Labour secured a seat for Alex Agius Saliba, Daniel Attard and Thomas Bajada.

Addressing the crowd’s at the Labour Headquarters earlier today, Prime Minister and Labour leader Robert Abela said he accepts this result with humility and will roll up his sleeves and begin working towards a better Labour from tomorrow.

Meanwhile, the Nationalist Party approached this year’s election result with positivity, managing to secure its best-ever EP result, in addition to a number of other perks including a secured victory in Gozo.

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