In the metaverse, the only constant is change. And the same can be said of the PN manifesto.
After having graced us with at least 4 versions (some anoraks say 5), the PN manifesto had remained unchanged after the 25th February at 17:00. This was after the Labour Party started to poke fun at the fact that the PN manifesto was ever-changing.
Yet on 7th March at 11:58, the PN released its latest version of its manifesto – Viżjoni 5.0/6.0. This is confirmed by the properties of the pdf uploaded on the PN website. PN strategists have been hard at work on this new version as they created the pdf on the 2nd March at 13:11.
On 7th March at 11:58, the PN released its latest version of its manifesto –
After 5 days, they released the latest version. The new manifesto boasts 204 pages, and 559 proposals. In reality, there are 560 proposals as they forgot to give a number to the proposal between number 498 and 499 on page 191. Though to be frank in the governance section there are 4 proposals that by error, have been repeated twice.
The previous version of the manifesto had 202 pages, while previous versions had 200 pages. Back then there were 544 proposals or 16 proposals less than the latest version. Many of these have been announced by Robert Abela, butthe PN claim that the PL is copying its proposals.
Every 2 days that the PN manifesto has been issued, 3 new proposals have been stealthily included.
At this rate by the silent day, the PN manifesto will have 600 proposals, and have 508 pages.