Peter Facino is no stranger to the political arena.
He’s been an MP for five years, won two seats in the Dail, and was recently elected president of Malta.
The 66-year-old’s experience, however, could provide an interesting insight into how he might govern the island.
After all, his main rival for the presidency, Joseph Muscat, has been in the job for only two months.
But there are many aspects of his experience that could be of interest to anyone in the European Union, including the relationship between Malta and Italy.
The two countries share a border and the two nations share a common language.
According to the Maltese press, the two leaders will meet on October 5th, after which they will discuss issues such as the situation in the country.
Muscat has previously said he would welcome an opportunity to talk to Facinelli.
It is unclear if that will happen, however.
In the meantime, there is no doubt that the two men will have a lively debate on the island’s political future.
“He’s going to be one of the most interesting men in the world, no doubt about that,” said Nicosia’s mayor Nicos Pappas.
“It’s a real challenge for him to lead us, but we’ll find out if we want to have him as president.
We need to be on our guard, but also have confidence in the people and our own leadership.”
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But Facino has already promised to deal with the situation, promising that he will tackle the issue head-on.
“There are no illusions that it is going to turn out well for Malta, but I do believe we can make a change.
And that is where the hard work comes in,” he said in September.”
If we are willing to take this difficult challenge, then it’s possible that we will be able to transform Malta, and we will change the face of Europe.”
However, he has also promised to tackle some of the problems that face the country, such as its high unemployment rate.
(Image: Getty Images) “It’s not just the unemployment rate that’s very high, but the lack of social cohesion,” he told Al Jazeera.
“And I believe we must find ways to improve the way we interact with each other.
If we want change, then we must show the whole world that it’s not a case of trying to do things differently, but that we must change ourselves.”
The problem with the Migrant Crisis The migrant crisis has caused a lot of distress for the island of 5.5 million.
According to the International Organisation for Migration, the number of asylum seekers crossing into the EU in the first six months of 2018 was 5.3 million.
Migrants make up a significant proportion of the population, with more than 10% of the island population identified as migrants in the 2016 census.
There is also a significant number of refugees living in the island, with many claiming they were forced to flee conflict in neighbouring Syria and Eritrea.
However there has also been a rise in the number of people arriving on the country’s shores, and this is contributing to the rise in violent crime.
Over 1,000 people were murdered in Malta last year. According to the police, the murder rate is one of Europe’s highest.
A police source told Al Jazira on Tuesday that there are “significant numbers” of armed robberies in the capital, and that there has been a spike in the use of firearms and knives.
“The violence is growing and it’s increasing every day,” the source said.
“There is a sense of frustration among the population.
When we see people being attacked, we are not allowed to help.
The violence is not going away.”
“The situation in Malta is very complex.
Its a very difficult country, with its history, culture and history.
But we need to have an understanding that there is hope,” said Pappa.
“We need a government that works in harmony with the people, not one that is in conflict with them.
What you need is a government in Malta that understands that there’s a need for change.”
This article originally appeared on Football Italias.
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