‘Today, we want to enjoy the Traditional Morning March,’ Sarcastically Says the Councilor After the Streets of Malta are Covered with Cars.
As the streets of Malta became full at the end of the first school week on the island, one councilor of San Điljan could not help but react to the congestion due to great frustration.
“A moment of silence for all your clutches – may they rest in peace,” said PN Councilor Sean Gauci today.
Sharing images of cars side by side in Pahal, Zebbug and Attard – three central cities – Gauci went on to joke in a bleak way about how Malta’s traditional holiday march has taken a new form – b ‘vehicles that take the place of statues.
“I am satisfied and happy with the fact that the festival shows with marches that go strong are always increasing and becoming more competitive,” said Gauci.
“Today, we got to enjoy a beautiful show with the morning march going from Zebbug to Qormi.”
People sardonically shot back saying it would be an opportune time to set up a kiosk or patisserie on the side, with a captive potential customer base right there in front of you.
Others pointed out that they are experiencing congestion in other localities as well, from Mosta to St. Julian’s.
It wasn’t just Gauci – the City councillor, Christian Micallef, commented in the same way about the “marches” before telling how his 4-year-old son couldn’t stand the traffic anymore, and said to his father: “Dad, I don’t like this traffic. , I think we should go live somewhere else.”
Cover photo left: Ryan Conti, right, Sean Gauci
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