State of the Union: Five key takeaways from Ursula Von der Leyen
17 September 2020
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The number of issues GRTU has with the Government keeps growing. GRTU has no settlement on the long standing issue with pharmacy owners even though an agreement was signed, written black on white, giving owners 200% tax credit of expenses needed for each pharmacy joining POYC. Now Tonio Fenech denies this and threatens pharmacy owners with licence castigation, Minister Austin Gatt threatens VRT Stations, Minister George Pullicino threatens Gas Distributors.
Tonio Fenech again withdraws from an agreement signed with Petrol Station Owners. Jason Azzopardi and Mario De Marco threaten confectioneries. Joe Cassar drags retailers of cigarettes to court for selling cigarettes from stock without pictorials. George Pullicino dithers on waste-carriers claims. Jason Azzopardi promises heaven on earth with his Small Business Act.
Dr Gonzi's Government's must decide: Do self-employed and small business owners still matter for this Government?
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