AD keeps up high profile campaign
Alternattiva Demokratika has kept up it high profile campaign and
could play an important part in the next government if its messages
are well understood.
AD Chairman Dr Harry Vassallo was excellent when he faced the media
Monday explaining to the electorate why it has so much to gain from
voting AD at the upcoming elections.
Despite the attempts of PN candidates and canvassers to confuse voters,
ADs voting directives are being better understood.
Dr Vassallo also declared those voting for AD should give their next
preference votes to the PN to ensure EU membership.
Dr Vassallo also wrote to the Prime Minister to ask him to stop the
spreading of false rumours about Maltas electoral system. Dr Eddie
Fenech Adami did not reply to the letter, which was featured in all
That Dr Vassallo has now become the focus of attention was clear as
ADs billboards now feature his image. ADs billboards re-enforce
the call for no 2 votes and the idea that the EU is a national issue
and that voters for EU membership could feel comfortable in the AD camp
if they dont want to vote for the other parties.
AD organised a press event about Gozo explaining how it would push for
sustainable development on the sister island.
In its short history AD has been through thick and thin and this election
will surely go down as one of its defining moments. It could be a make
or break elections for the Greens as a disappointing showing could mean
many within the party calling it a day. On the other hand if an AD representative
is elected it could be the turning point that the party has always been
waiting for and one that would change the face of Maltese politics forever.
For those that want to continue seeing third party politics in Malta
a vote for AD is essential.