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Mr. Michael Fenech Adami, ...
Mr. Michael Fenech Adami, Mayor of Birkirkara Local Council
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Club members will be meeting at the old Birkirkara Railway Station (now the bus terminus) at 9.45 a.m. accompanied by the Birkirkara Mayor Mr Michael Fenech Adami and other Council members to join the President's Fun Run for Charity that will be starting from the San Anton Palace a couple of kilometres up the road.
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Michael Fenech AdamiMayorBirkirkara Local Council
Birkirkara St. Joseph Sports Club - Malta - News Article
Club members and guests, were met by Birkirkara Local Council Mayor Mr. Michael Fenech Adami (picture above) at the Birkirkara Old Railway Station, before joining the charity Fun Run lead by H.E. President George Abela.
Michael Fenech Adami, the ...
Michael Fenech Adami, the Mayor of Birkirkara, has mobilised the presidential machinery under his father's helm to his locality, three months away from the local election here and less than a month away from when the presidential term comes to an end.
For the mayor, with the ever-handy surname pumping up much (if not all) of his political capital, getting re-elected should not really be much of a headache, although the council's financial situation will demand a good amount of glossing over to make it palatable to the discerning Karkarizi.
The council's latest financial statements registered a €295,753 imbalance.
Over the last year, Fenech Adami's council was accused of running an "exorbitant financial imbalance" by the Director of Local Government, who had also warned him of the illegality of the situation as instead of reducing last year's deficit, he "increased it considerably".
The same local government director ordered Fenech Adami to stop incurring any other expenses and to stick exclusively to honouring contractual obligations until the financial situation is brought back to normal, holding back from committing the council to capital projects.
The mayor defends the over-expenditure and excesses, which include a €114,773 contract to Polidano Group for Gnien l-Istazzjon alone, and blames central government's decreasing allocation of funds for Birkirkara.
"Unfortunately, the current deficit situation faced by the Birkirkara Local Council has stemmed from the excessive delays in payments by the various Government Departments and Authorities," he said in reply to reports about his council's deficit.