We have seen much fanfare about changes in faces, changes in ways of doing things, but plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose.
He had nothing to say about all the kleptocracy, corruption, nepotism and cronyism that his party – the Labour Party – bought to the country immediately the party rose to power.
It’s about time we stopped putting up with all this. We don’t have to. We deserve better, much better. But democracy, justice and fairness never just happened. They were always bought about, wrought at a cost.
Key to this, and fully in line with the PN’s tradition, would be a vision of a caring society, addressing those ignored by Muscatian trickle down economics. This is the PL’s soft underbelly, as the workers party has mutated into a party of oligarchs and speculators. If the PL emphasises money, the PN must emphasise people.