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Change Politics: I’m not your party favour


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This is the second event in a JCI Malta series called “Change Politics”, where we want to hold healthy, engaging and honest discussions on politics, with the viewpoint that change is possible.


Over the year JCI Malta has worked on projects that outlined the importance of understanding why we should vote, how we decide who to vote for, and educating upcoming young politicians to enter the political foray with the right mindset – to improve Malta.

As an apolitical organisation, we believe it is our duty and our responsibility to help young people develop critical and analytical thinking. It is also our responsibility to guide young future leaders who wish to enter politics with a mindset that steers away from corrupt practices and nepotism, but that instead focuses on making Malta sustainable, that treats humanity with dignity, and one that puts the country and its people before themselves.


I’m not your party favour will be tackling the political scene when it comes to favours in return for votes. Believing in the need for open and honest discussion, our ONLINE event will create a proper platform to discuss this topic. A topic that has been making the rounds on local news. The moderated discussion will comprise various speakers whose lives have touched politics and who have opinions, thoughts, and advice to share with the audience, specifically on this hot topic. All those in attendance will also get the opportunity to join in the discussion, pass along their ideas and thoughts and simply look at ways in which we can truly impact and change the local political scene.


Panel: Oliver Scicluna – PL Member of Parliament
Clifford Zahra Fenech – PN Candidate on the 7th District
Abigail Mamo – CEO, Chamber for SMEs
Moderator: Matthew Caruana – JCI La Valette Local President

Date: 9 February 2022
Time: 18:30 (CET)
Venue: Online, Zoom

JCI Malta members: FREE
Non-members: €5


  • Refunds are not given.

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Change Politics: I’m not your party favour