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Staged at the Valletta Campus Theatre, at a time when so much social and political turmoil was happening in Malta’s capital city, Larinġa Mekkanika found its hyperbolic tone caught up in an unholy juxtaposition of sorts, a feverish dream, something banal that felt deeply wrong.
Trid issir ġustizzja anki meta l-ħuta tkun kbira. Anzi, iktar ma tkun kbira l-ħuta iktar irridu nippretendu mingħandha livell għoli ta’ trasparenza, ta’ dover, ta’ responsabbiltà. Nemmen li kulħadd irid jerfa’ r-responsabbiltà kbira u żgħira tiegħu.
Poeżija ta’ Antoine Cassar.
Below is the full text of the open letter to the government of Malta from activists and engaged citizens.
A poem by Antoine Cassar