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Title: Managing by crisis or administering by focus?
Authors: Azzopardi, Andrew
Keywords: Muscat, Joseph, 1974-
Street vendors -- Malta
Vending stands -- Malta
Markets -- Malta -- Valletta
Peddling -- Malta -- Valletta
Issue Date: 2015-02
Publisher: Standard Publications
Citation: Azzopardi, A. (2015, February 04). Managing by crisis or administering by focus?. The Malta Independent, pp. 8.
Abstract: Our latest controversy is on the new, now discarded, Monti stalls that were intended to host bargain purchases in the form of jeans (' tlieta lira'), panties tat-tigra, sexy push-up and strapless bras (that put 'Victoria's Secret' to shame) amongst others! Let's face it apart from these outmoded stalls design, messing up the St John's Cross was the cherry on the cake. The irony of it all is that, s the renowned artist Kenneth Zammit Tabona pointed out during my radio show last Saturday, instead of having the Cross of the Knights of St John they pasted the San Stefano one! And how proverbial that was, 'cause these stalls only lasted 'mill-Milied sa San Stiefnu'! This is just one incident that will help me illustrate the core issue in this 'opinion'. [Excerpt]
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