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TRUTH IS OF NO COLOUR WWW.MALTATODAY.COM.MT maltatoday €1.95 FREE-FALL PN in free-fall, decline across the board for Labour except Gozo, Qormi PAGES 14-15 SUNDAY • 3 APRIL 2022 • ISSUE 1170 • PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SUNDAY PAGE 4 Buttigieg, Bugeja Said likely additions to Cabinet PHOTOGRAPHY JAMES BIANCHI FRANCIS IN MALTA PAGE 6 Will Malta live up to its fame of being a hospitable people? Pope urges fight against corruption WOMEN IN THE HOUSE Did gender quota mechanism punish women candidates or will quotas catalyse change? PAGES 12-13 PRIME Minister Robert Abela is expected to appoint prospective Labour MP Rebecca Buttigieg and candidate Alicia Bugeja Said to junior minister roles upon their election to the House. Buttigieg, MaltaToday is in- formed, is favourite to be ap- pointed parliamentary secretary within the ministry for home af- fairs, national security, reforms and equality. The anthropologist Alicia Bugeja Said, a former director of Malta's fisheries department, is being tapped for a parliamentary secretary's post for fishing and acquaculture within Anton Re- falo's agriculture ministry. But Bugeja Said is yet to be elected from either of the two casual elections she will be con- testing – in the third district, she ended the race with 2,122 votes. Labour will elect candidate Rebecca Buttigieg to the House after a decision from its national executive to vacate the two seats held by incumbents Michael Falzon and Clifton Grima on the ninth district. POWER OF INCUMBENCY PLANNING AUTHORITY FREE FROM PERMIT LARGESSE DURING ELECTION PAGE 10

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