Nationalist Party leader Adrian Delia has released his official portrait that will be displayed at PN party clubs, and it comes with a symbolic message to Prime Minister Joseph Muscat.
As leader of the Labour Party, Muscat has often appeared in public wearing a pastel blue tie – the traditional colour of the PN – in what has been interpreted as a symbolic move to show how his party has opened its doors to people of all political colours.
Joseph Muscat often wears a blue tie in public
Now Delia, who was elected PN leader in September, has used his official portrait to try and use his political adversary’s strategy against him. The portrait, which was exclusively released to Lovin Malta, shows Delia wearing a red tie – traditionally the colour of the Labour Party.
This could be part of Delia’s pledge to open the PN’s doors to more people from all parts of society, as part of his “new way” of doing politics.