Graffitti university eviction says much about tomorrow’s leaders

http://www.maltatoday.com.mt/2009/11/15/l3.html

University student organisations are vital hubs of democracy and creativity – irrespective of their political beliefs. It seems strange that Moviment Graffitti, ranked first on campus in a recent evaluation (a ranking which could entitle the student organization to some precedence in choice of premises), is being stripped of the office it has worked in for 10 years, and a vote on the Student Council’s organ, for failing to show up at a meeting. What does this say about the democratic leaders of tomorrow?

Stefano Moncada, Noel Agius, Albert Bell, Michael Briguglio, JosAnn Cutajar, Michael Grech, Angele Deguara

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