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Anti-Islam, immigration 'patriots' to contest general election
The self-declared organisation of Maltese patriots will contest the upcoming general election, campaigning on an anti-immigration platform.
Its president Alex Pisani – a Valletta confectionary owner – told a press conference at the Excelsior Hotel that the group will seek to contest all 13 districts.
Secretary general Henry Battistino – owner of a mirror factory in Marsa – said that its electoral policies will revolve around concerns about "forced integration" and an "invasion" of foreigners to Malta. These include perceived threats to national security, soaring rent prices, and poor conditions for Maltese workers.
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