The Nationalist Party have criticised the government’s recent budget on a number of points in a new document – however, they might have needed to do one more bit of proofing of the document itself before releasing it to the public.
A recent PN document published after the budget criticised 100 government promises that had not been implemented.
It, however, also featured a line criticising the government for not legislating against the gender pay gap, with a note they seemingly forgot to edit out with plans saying they should criticize the government for delaying it if it does end up introducing it.
The blunder comes as the Opposition Party takes aim at budget measures.
Prime Minister Joseph Muscat pointed out the error during Parliament today, saying: “I read things before presenting them”.
Other than the gender pay gap, the PN criticised how water and electricity bills were being calculated, Malta’s new international reputation, and a lack of an environmental vision.