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Press Release: Maltese Workers: Caught in the Grip of Political Betrayal

Today is not a day of celebration for workers in Malta; instead, it is a day of sorrow akin to mourning the loss of a family member.

The intimate relationship between workers and workers’ rights is being crushed by a supposedly workers’ party. This party, with its roots in socialism and leftist ideals, ought to be the bastion of safeguarding workers’ interests.

However, in our political landscape, the left party has strayed from its roots. It appears to be unduly influenced by certain social partners who seek to silence specific Trade Unions.

The current government hinders union operations, thereby infringing upon the fundamental freedom of association. Workers are left with understaffed unions that struggle to function. Malta has regrettably transformed into a paper democracy, where everything appears functional on paper but fails in practice.

The opposition, unfortunately, remains inactive and ineffectual in such dire circumstances. 

In the face of adversity, workers are left to fend for themselves, striving to ensure their promised salaries. They resemble hamsters on wheels, tirelessly running but making no progress.

This grim reality underscores the plight of Maltese workers and how their so-called ‘socialist’ government treats them.

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