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WHO ISJoseph

Dr. Joseph Sammut is the son of Dorothy nee Darmanin from Valletta and Carmelo Sammut from Zurrieq.  Joseph is married to Sonia nee Falzon and they have a son Jordan.

Joseph obtained a Doctor of Laws Degree in 1993.  He has been a practicing Lawyer for over 25 years. He was elected for 19 years to The Maltese House of Representatives on the Labour Party ticket in 1998, 2003, 2008 and again in 2013.  He was a Shadow Minister for Transport and Maritime Affairs. He was a Spokesperson for the Self Employed and Spokesperson for The Housing Authority and Agriculture and Fisheries.

WHY THE European Parliament

My priority is to ensure my country’s interests are safeguarded at all times and that all Maltese citizens have the same rights as those in other EU countries.  I confirm my intention to defend Malta especially from all the false attacks on our financial jurisdiction.

I intend to safeguard our environment especially from Air & Sea Pollution, cleaner and more sustainable transportation.  Addressing the global food crises by feeding a growing global population and yet still preserving the environment – Innovative Farming. Blue Growth Strategy, including: developing sectors with high potential, such as aquaculture, marine biotechnology, ocean energy .

My commitment will be towards the prosperity of my country, its people and future generations.  I intend to be  The People’s Voice in the European Parliament.

Articles By Joseph

A mini underground

"The idea of having an underground in Malta is not news.  It has resurfaced recently and various are the ideas being put forward. Without going into [...]

L-impatt fuq Malta minħabba Brexit?

L-obbligi tal-Gvern Brittanniku lejn iċ-ċittadini Maltin mhumiex relatati mal-Brexit. L-arranġamenti bilaterali bejn Malta u r-Renju Unit se jibqgħu fis-seħħ. Brexit ma jaffettwax il-ftehim bilatareli li [...]

Il-Messagg tieghi lill-elettorat

Malta trid tkun irrappreżentata minn dawk li jħobbu, jirrispettaw u jkollhom attitudnijiet pożittivi lejn pajjiżhom. Il-prijorità tiegħi hija li niżgura li l-interessi ta’pajjiżna jiġu salvagwardjati [...]

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