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Malta Businesses and Schools Expected To Come To A Standstill On March 10
 
(Posted on Saturday, March 8, 2008)

Source: The Times of Malta

Business is likely to come to a standstill on Monday, March 10, 2008, especially in the capital, Valletta, and Sliema, as the island goes through the post-general election result routine, usually meaning traffic-clogged roads and widespread celebrations by supporters of the winning party.

Attendance at schools will also be poor, as school transportation is not available on the Monday after a general election.

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