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CAMPAIGN FOR NATIONAL INDEPENDENCE

Was, is and shall remain in favour of Maltese workers

and against Malta's membership of the European Union

 

WE SWEAR TO FREE MALTA FROM THE SLAVERY, COLONIALISM AND DICTATORIAL ILLEGAL EUROPEAN UNION RULE

 

TELL YOUR PARLIAMENTARY DEPUTY THAT YOU WANT MALTA TO REGAIN INDEPENDENCE AND FREEDOM

 

A referendum on the New Treaty

 

From the link further down you can go to the webpage of the Members of Parliament of the European Parliament who are asking the citizens of the European Union member countries to sign a petition for a referendum on the New Treaty that the EU wants to adopt instead of the Constitution that was rejected by the French and Dutch people.

 

On the page you will find the flags of the member countries and clicking on the flags will take you to the respective language page.

We invite you sign so that the EU will know that the people of the member countries do not want its New Treaty.

 

Austria    Belgium    Bulgaria    Cyprus    Czech Republic

Denmark    Estonia    Finland    France    Germany

Greece    Hungary    Ireland    Italy    Latvia

Lithuania    Luxembourg    Malta    Poland    Portugal

Romania    Slovakia    Slovenia    Spain    Sweden

The Netherlands    United Kingdom

Referendum Campaign

 

WE WANT INDEPENDENCE FROM THE EUROPEAN UNION

 

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Support our fight for Independence and Freedom

 

Do you want to help us regain our Independence and Freedom?

If yes, help CNI in its work so that the majority of the people would want to get rid of European Union rule.

Become a CNI member by sending 5 together with this application form to,  

 The Financial Secretary CNI,

60A Strait Street

Valletta

 

Name .......................................................

Address ....................................................

ID Number................................................

 

Thank you for your help

 

Free and neutral Malta shall overcome