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EQUALITY FROM THE HEART WWW.MALTATODAY.COM.MT SUNDAY 7 JANUARY 2024 • ISSUE 1262 • PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SUNDAY Pilots and nurses increased their membership numbers in 2023 PAGE 7 Study reveals large fresh water body beneath Sicily PAGE 9 Favourites and hopefuls for upcoming elections PAGES 12 & 13 Unions MEPs Fossil water L-Aqwa generation maltatoday FULL RESULTS ON PAGES 10 & 11 Artist and author Ryan Falzon on Labour's 'L-Aqwa Zmien', his novel Sajf and critics INTERVIEW MT2 Snap reshuffle sees Abela remove Aaron Farrugia, as Fearne heads to Brussels €1.95 Key findings: • Roberta Metsola trusted by 22% of Maltese electorate • Metsola gets 3 on 5 rating as European Parliament president • Alex Agius Saliba is second most trusted MEP by 17% • 25% trust none of Malta's six MEPs • 69% had no verdict on EU's response to Gaza war • Majority could not rate Ursula von der Leyen and Charles Michel Roberta Metsola is most trusted MEP MT SURVEY Biggest winners: Chris Bonett, promoted to minister; Malcom Paul Agius Galea, Omar Farrugia and Glenn Bedingfield, promoted to parliamentary secretaries; Clint Camilleri, gains planning; Jonathan Attard, gains construction reform Biggest losers: Aaron Farrugia, axed from Cabinet, Stefan Zrinzo Azzopardi loses key portfolios in reduced ministry PRIME Minister Robert Abela axed Aaron Farrugia from his Cabinet in a reshuffle that saw Chris Bonett be- ing made minister and three back- benchers promoted to parliamenta- ry secretaries. PAGE 3 KURT SANSONE & MARIANNA CALLEJA

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