New primary school still not built in Victoria – Clyde Puli
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“Together for our Country because Malta and Gozo needs a clear vision,” said PN Secretary General Clyde Puli during a special session held in Gozo today of the General Council of the Nationalist Party.
Clyde Puli said that “a crisis has been created in the education sector, where instead of building a new school every year, the Government is postponing them,” He added that the Government has since 2015 promised a new primary school in Victoria, which is still not built.”
He stated that the “Labour government promises, but does not deliver, with a number of projects promised for Gozo, but they are still not carried out.” He said that in Munxar, Nationalist Councillors “were the leading voice of the residents against a proposed manure clamp that the government wanted to open.” The Planning Authority voted against it in November last year.
The Secretary-General said that this session of the General Council was taking place on the island to send a clear statement that “the PN will remain the Party of Gozo.”