Zminijietna Voice of the Left has been interviewed by Sociology of Social Movements Malta. The interview is available through this link
Thursday, 25 February 2016
Wednesday, 24 February 2016
Żminijietna – Voice of the Left expresses opposition to the introduction of charges for the use of public conveniences. The leftist organization appeals to the Government to opt out from such measure in the reform to improve the managing of public conveniences.
Żminijietna is infavour of capital investment to improve the environment and conditions of public conveniences, but access should not be restricted. Żminijietna insists for a more open public consultation with the civil society, local councils, and other organizations that are active towards the wellbeing of those disadvantaged members in the Maltese society.
Press Release 24/2/16
Thursday, 18 February 2016
Żminijietna – Voice of the Left supports the stand being taken by the Fgura Mayor Byrone Camilleri (PL) against the proposed development of a supermarket, on a former scrapyard in Fgura.
Żminijietna added that “with regards to the local plan, the plan stipulates that any development of the site should include recreational facilities in the form of public urban open spaces, social and community facilities as well as residential and commercial/retail development”.
Thus Żminijietna - Voice of the Left appeals MEPA to abide by it's own policies and respect the rationality behind the local plan approved in 2006.
Press Release 18/2/16
Monday, 1 February 2016
Żminijietna - Voice of the Left calls upon MEPA Appeals Board to revoke the permit issued in 2014 for the development of a quarry in Wied Moqbol. MEPA should respect it's own planning regulations.
"The area indicated is of agricultural value and this is clearly specified by MEPA in it's policies, with reference to the Malta South Local Plan. Also the surrounding area of Wied Moqbol is designated as a Special Area of Conservation of International Importance under the Natura 2000 programme, due to the importance of the species as well as archaeological remains found there".