More anti-SDM vandalism this morning: Pulse and SDM react

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Some of SDM’s posters in Vjal Tessie have been vandalised earlier this morning. Both Johnluke Ellul and Neil Smart Costantino have called for better security on campus, saying that it’s a shame that students’ hard work is being sullied in such a manner.

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“Bhala Pulse Nikkundannaw assulutament dan l-agir u vendikazzjoni fuq strutturi u posters tal-sdm fejn gew sprayed xi tip ta’ equations. Hija ta’ hasra li wara li nkunu hdimna, pjanajna u hrigna flus biex isiru dawn it-tip ta’ logistika taraghhom ivandalizzati. Nishaq li b’dan l-ezempju u ohrajn li saru fil-passatt indirizzati lejn il-pulse u l-sdm ikunu ta’ wake up call biex tkompli tizdied is-sigurta fuq il-kampus. Ahna lesti nitkelmu mal-sdm, l-ksu u l-amministrazzjoni tal-universita biex naraw li dawn it-tip ta’ attakki vandali ma jibqawx isibu postom fil-kampus tal-universita.” - Johnluke Ellul

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“Acts like these will only make us work harder. This is not fair on students who dedicate their time and energy to give something back to the University Community. Any form of vandalism has no place in society, let alone in the highest educational institution in the country. With just one day of campaigning left, I’m proud to say that we have led a clean campaign. As I stated in the past few weeks, when something similar happened to our banner on Quadrangle, I call on students to appreciate the time that students dedicate to these campaigns. I also call for more security around campus. Surely, the thought of seeing your work ending up like this, will not encourage students to be active. This is something we need to fight together.” - Neil Smart Costantino

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SDM’s posters have already been targeted during the Easter holidays, when a moustache was drawn on Carla Galea’s face.

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Mathias Mallia

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