A national protest has been called to put an end to the haphazard development that is plaguing Malta, as an outburst of activism in the country continues.
“We believe that together we can change this situation and fight the excessive power of the few who treat Malta as their own patch of land through which they can speculate and make profits,” Moviment Graffitti announced on their Facebook page.
The event, which is taking place on Saturday 7th September in front of the law courts Valletta, will be a space free of partisan politics, Graffitti said.
All formal and informal associations (NGOs, resident associations, student groups, workers’ associations and farmers) are invited to join Moviment in organising the protest.
Groups affiliated with political parties will be turned down.
The call comes just a few days after over a thousand people turned up in protest against the recently approved Central Link project, with 549 trees in the area set to face the axe.