‘We have to show Brussels that the periphery states matter’

An MEP candidate from Volt Malta has spoken of the need to show the European institutions that periphery states matter, adding that "we cannot have policies that are redundant and somewhat outdated that are harming states like Malta, Spain, Cyprus, Ireland and others".

Feb 11, 2024

Speaking to The Malta Independent on Sunday, Volt Malta's thus far sole MEP candidate, 21-year-old Matthias Iannis Portelli, said that what differentiates Volt Malta from other political parties, in his opinion, are their long-term solutions. "Most parties tend to, unfortunately, disregard the reality of the future of politics. Portelli also said that as a member state of the European Union, it is important to work alongside it, as "our future resides there".

Read the full article in The Malta Independent