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« on: June 04, 2008, 07:59:27 AM »

Press  Release from the Campaign for National Independence
 
 
 
 
The taxpayer and the Contract for the  two Conversions at the Malta Shipyards
 
 A lot of harm is being done by hiding from  the public the real facts about the Malta Shipyards.  Still worse more damage is  done when the public is told that the fault of the deteriorating situation at  the Malta Shipyards rests with the workers, while the real fault is the  incompetent and irresponsible management during these last  years.
 
 Those who are in the know of the true  realities at the Malta Shipyards are quite  justified to suspect that there is a  hidden agenda so that its situation is depicted as so hopeless that the public  opinion is led to believe and accept  that segments from the Malta Shipyards be  handed over to select private operators, while other segments be handed over to  select real estate developers for speculative intentions and so the Malta  Shipyards would not remain to be a complete entity employing 1,700  workers.
 
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 It is also commendable to know whether  there is any truth that the sub-contractors who were responsible for the  accommodation of the foreign workers were paid in advance for the first and  second conversions and had now left the island with the money they had pocketed,  and thus the Malta Shipyards is now compelled to pay again for the accommodation  of these foreign workers.
 
 In this regard, it is expected that an  official declaration be issued regarding the truthfulness of this affair, and if  proved so, who is responsible.  Furthermore, is it true or not that the sum that  would finally have been paid to the sub-contractors, for naught whatever, would  amount to more than  2,000,000 Euros.
 
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« Reply #1 on: June 04, 2008, 02:33:58 PM »

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Norman, please quote your source.
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So what, the death certificate has already been written for the Malta Shipyards long time ago.
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« Reply #2 on: June 04, 2008, 06:04:59 PM »

I will not say that the workers (at least some workers) have no blame at all. But a worker can only do so much damage. One cannot blame all the Shipyard's failings on worker productivity. Even if it were solely due to worker productivity, who is responsible for ensuring that employees are productive?
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« Reply #3 on: June 15, 2008, 07:18:45 PM »

CAMPAIGN  FOR   NATIONAL INDEPENDENCE
(C.N.I.)
14 ta? Lulju,  2008
 
 Lill-Media  kollha
 
 
 Is-CNI ser taghmel Konferenza  Stampa dwar il-Vot Negattiv ta? l-Irlandizi ghat-Trattat ta? Lisbona w  Malta.
 
 
 Data:    It-Tnejn, 16 ta? Gunju,  2008
 
 Hin:      10.00  am
 
 Post:     60A, Strait Street, Valletta
 
 
 Jindirizza lill-Media ic-Chairman  tas-CNI
 
 L-Avukat Karmenu Mifsud  Bonnici
 
 Inthom gentilment mitluba tibghatu  ?reporter? u fotografu/cameramen.
 
 
 
 Dr. Karmenu Mifsud Bonnici


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« Reply #4 on: June 15, 2008, 07:32:30 PM »

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I will not say that the workers (at least some workers) have no blame at all. But a worker can only do so much damage. One cannot blame all the Shipyard's failings on worker productivity. Even if it were solely due to worker productivity, who is responsible for ensuring that employees are productive?
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The management , of course.   Or is it perhaps the GWU ?    :)
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« Reply #5 on: June 15, 2008, 07:34:03 PM »

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CAMPAIGN FOR NATIONAL INDEPENDENCE



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14 ta? Lulju, 2008

Lill-Media kollha


Is-CNI ser taghmel Konferenza Stampa dwar il-Vot Negattiv ta? l-Irlandizi ghat-Trattat ta? Lisbona w Malta.


Data: It-Tnejn, 16 ta? Gunju, 2008

Hin: 10.00 am

Post: 60A, Strait Street, Valletta


Jindirizza lill-Media ic-Chairman tas-CNI

L-Avukat Karmenu Mifsud Bonnici

Inthom gentilment mitluba tibghatu ?reporter? u fotografu/cameramen.



Dr. Karmenu Mifsud Bonnici


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Attrezzat ukoll, dan KMB !  Jaf x'data kellna l-bierah jew?!  
Sturdut kien u sturdut ghadu !
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« Reply #6 on: June 19, 2008, 10:07:55 PM »

CAMPAIGN  FOR  NATIONAL   INDEPENDENCE   (CNI)
 
 
 STQARRIJA  TAS-CNI   GHALL-MEDIA
 
 
 
 ID-DECIZJONIJIET  DWAR  IT-TARZNA:   TRADIMENT  NAZZJONALI
 
 Is-CNI hija  ddisgustata bid-decizjonijiet tal-Kabinett tal-Ministri li jonqos sostanzjalment  in-numru ta? haddiema fit-Tarzna, u li t-Tarzna tinbiegh  lill-barranin.
 
 Dawn  id-decizjonijiet ittiehdu bi ftehim ma? l-Unjoni Ewropea u mhux b?konsultazzjoni  mar-rapprezentanti tal-haddiema w lanqas wara diskussjoni fil-Parlament  Malta.
 
 Is-CNI tfakkar li  n-numru ta? haddiema fit-Tarzna kien miftiehem 7 snin ilu mill-Unjoni Ewropea u  l-Gvern Malti fil-Pjan ta? Ristrutturar tat-Tarzna.  Issa l-Gvern u l-Unjoni  Ewropea qeghdin isostnu li kienu zbaljati ghaliex it-Tarzna ma tistax tkun  vijabbli, ahseb u ara kemm ma tistax taghmel qliegh, bin-numru ta? haddiema  miftiehem seba snin ilu.
 
 Kollox juri li  l-pjan tal-Gvern, bil-kunsens ta? l-Unjoni Ewropea, kien li t-Tarzna tickien u  tinghata lill-privat, u r-rizultati finanzjarji hziena tat-tmexxija tat-Tarzna  jaghtu ragun halli dan il-pjan jitwettaq.
 
 Is-CNI mhux ser  taghti l-kunsens taghha ghat-tradiment ta? l-interessi nazzjonali tal-poplu  Malti.
 
 
 
 Valletta                                                                                                      19 ta? Gunju, 2008
 
 
 
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« Reply #7 on: June 20, 2008, 01:03:26 PM »


 C.N.I.
 CAMPAIGN  FOR  NATIONAL  INDEPENDENCE
 (KAMPANJA  GHALL-HELSIEN  NAZZJONALI)  
 
 Press Release for all  media
 
 The decision regarding the Malta  Shipyards:
 
 A National  Betrayal
 
 The CNI wants to express its disgust for  the decision by the Cabinet of Ministers to substantially curtail the number of  workers at the Malta Shipyards and to retail the dockyards to foreign  entities.
 
 These decisions were taken with the  Government?s agreement with the European Union and not in consultation with the  workers and neither following any discussions in the Maltese  Parliament.
 
 The CNI would like to remind one that the  number of workers at the Malta Shipyards had been agreed upon 7 years ago  between the European Union and the Maltese Government in the Malta Drydocks  Restructuring Plan.  However, now the Government and the European Union are  claiming that they were wrong since the Malta Shipyards could not become viable,  much less likely making a profit, with the number of workers agreed upon seven  years ago.
 
 Everything is indicating that the  Government plan, with the consent of the European Union, was that the Malta  Shipyards be cut down and given to the private sector, and by the negative  financial results incurred by the Management of the Malta Shipyards giving  justification to the implementation of this plan.
 
 The CNI would never assent or consent to  this betrayal of the national interests of the people of Malta.
 
 
 Valletta                                                                                       19th June, 2008



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« Reply #8 on: June 20, 2008, 01:51:38 PM »

Joseph Cachia writes some well argued articles.
CNI are opposed to the EU - and would take Malta out, if they could.
We are poles apart - yet there are convergences.

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« Reply #9 on: June 20, 2008, 02:00:43 PM »

In all fairness if it is not feasible to maintain the shipyards with the current number of employees, why should the taxpayers share the burden?
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