The Prime Minister Robert Abela has said that a general election will not be called until the Labour Party’s electoral manifesto is fully implemented.
The Labour leader, who was addressing a political event in Mellieha on Sunday, looked back at his achievements one year on from becoming the country’s PM following Joseph Muscat’s resignation in December 2019.
Abela played down rumours that he would be calling a general election early this year, insisting government looks to fulfil its promises with the electorate.
Abela said that throughout the pandemic, government was transparent and factual about the virus’ situation in the country.
Fearne also hit-out at rumours about clashed between himself and the PM.