Earlier this afternoon, Kris Bajada published his electoral manifesto. It seems that Bajada is determined to create a drastic and well-needed change not only in KSU, but for the entire student body at the University of Malta.
“I am proud to say that this manifesto was created by the students and hence best reflects what the students really want and the changes that so desperately need to be done. I did this as I believe an electoral program for the students should be built by the students”, Bajada wrote on a Facebook post sharing his manifesto.
In his manifesto, Bajada insists on the push for a zero-plastic policy on campus, the publication of examination results within a reasonable timeframe and for major reforms to the KSU electoral system so that the KSU council better represents the votes of the students.
He also proposes the creation of events that will help integrate international students, fix stipend disparities between different courses and create a de-stress room; this room shall have sleep pods and lounging bags, amongst many more of his interesting proposals.
Bajada’s manifesto seems to bring out the message that has been insisting upon for the past few years; change.
Is the University of Malta ready for it?