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YANNICK PACE THE Nationalist Party will sup- port Helena Dalli's nomination for the European Commission, despite her not having made con- tact with the Opposition, a party spokesperson said. This is the first time the PN is making its position known on Dalli's Brussels candidature since the Prime Minister an- nounced her name last week. "While Helena Dalli has so far not made contact with the Oppo- sition to explain her vision, the PN will be supporting her candi- dature, in order to, with a sense of maturity and responsibility, put the national interest first," the PN spokesperson said. WWW.MALTATODAY.COM.MT WEDNESDAY EDITION €1.00 Newspaper post WEDNESDAY • 31 JULY 2019 • ISSUE 649 • PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SUNDAY EDITORIAL • PAGE 9 Work on Marsaxlokk breakwater gets underway Shannon Mak murder: Blood found at accused's home matched victim's Why cheeky Muscat congratulated Delia for "beating Busuttil" SHANNON MAK MURDER INFRASTRUCTURE ANALYSIS PAGE 3 PAGE 6 PAGE 4 Love of country, its people and their common good. Varied work experiences and qualifications. Ability to foster dialogue. Teamwork and collective responsibility. Ability to commit at least 5 hours per week on a voluntary basis. The call is open to both party members and non-members in order to be able to attract the best talent. 1 2 3 4 5 PN REFORM CALL FOR INTERESTED PARTIES To make the PN more relevant and responsive to the needs of Maltese society, a multi-disciplinary team is being set up to work hand-in-hand with Dr Louis Galea in this over-arching political reform. THE IDEAL REQUIREMENTS ARE Interested individuals may email us on by Saturday 24 August with a CV and a note of motivation. Every application will be personally evaluated by Dr Louis Galea and shall be dealt with in the strictest of confidence. ! PAGE 3 PAGE 3 PN to support Helena Dalli's nomination to European Commission Air Malta to receive its second new Airbus KURT SANSONE AIR Malta is expecting delivery of its second new aircraft from Airbus's facility in Hamburg, this evening. The aircraft, an A320neo, seats 180 passengers and has already been registered in Malta. It was undergoing its final tests this week. This will be the second such aircraft leased by Air Malta as the national carrier undergoes a complete fleet renewal.

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