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WWW.MALTATODAY.COM.MT WEDNESDAY EDITION €1.00 WEDNESDAY • 15 NOVEMBER 2023 • ISSUE 869 • PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SUNDAY EDITORIAL • PAGE 13 2% STAMP DUTY WHEN BUYING IN GOZO ENDS IN DECEMBER HURRY! Ian Borg: Malta cannot ignore breaches of international treaties in Gaza war MARIANNA CALLEJA & KARL AZZOPARDI PRIME Minister Robert Abela has weighed on the issue sur- rounding the uprooting of Fi- cus trees at the Mosta square, saying the locality's council should "reconsider" the deci- sion if necessary. "If need be, the decision should be reconsidered," Abela told journalists outside parliament on Tuesday. Abela said the Mosta coun- cil should have communicated its decision better, insisting it should continue listening to people's pleas. Activists and residents of Mo- sta convened early on Consti- tution Street outside the Mosta Dome on Tuesday morning, in protest at the wholesale pruning of the trees that overhung the main bus stop. KARL AZZOPARDI MALTA cannot ignore the situation in Gaza while international treaties continue to be "blatantly breached", Foreign affairs minister Ian Borg said on Tuesday. Decision to uproot Mosta trees should be revisited if people demand it - Abela PAGE 3 PAGE 4 PHOTO: JAMES BIANCHI / MALTATODAY Moviment Graffitti activist brief ly detained and interrogated by police Foreign affairs minister Ian Borg Above: Moviment Graffitti activist Andre Callus was arrested and dragged away by a number of police officers while protesting the uprooting of trees near the Mosta Dome (top) • Stills from Moviment Graffitti/Facebook PN spokesperson agrees neutrality should not stop Malta from taking a stance on Israel - Hamas war

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