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WWW.MALTATODAY.COM.MT WEDNESDAY EDITION €1.00 WEDNESDAY • 15 FEBRUARY 2023 • ISSUE 829 • PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SUNDAY EDITORIAL • PAGE 11 PAGE 3 PAGE 2 ANALYSIS PAGES 6 & 7 BUYING AND SELLING AT THE SAME TIME? Benefit from a €500 cashback, a free EPC Certificate, 50% off your home insurance & thousands in savings to finish and furnish your home. * *T&C's Apply European Parliament votes to ban sales of petrol and diesel cars from 2035 KARL AZZOPARDI THE European Parliament on Tuesday formally approved the ban on the sale of new petrol and diesel cars in the Europe- an Union from 2035. The landmark rules will require that by 2035 car makers must achieve a 100% cut in CO2 emissions from new cars sold, which would make it impos- sible to sell new fossil fuel-powered ve- hicles in the 27-country bloc. The vote received 340 votes for, 279 against and 21 abstentions. "The operating costs of an electric vehicle are already lower than the op- erating costs of a vehicle with an inter- nal combustion engine," Jan Huitema, the parliament's lead negotiator on the rules, said, adding that it was crucial to bring more affordable electric vehicles to consumers. Building watchdog chair resigns after Portelli conflict Five ways for the PN to ditch its toxic elitism JAMES DEBONO MARIA Schembri Grima has resigned from chairperson of the Building and Con- struction Agency, the Planning Ministry announced. Planning Minister Stefan Zrinzo Azzo- pardi accepted the architect's resignation, which came into effect immediately.

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