Photographs of the week

Published: May 29, 2013 at 10:39pm

The Parliamentary Secretary for Culture and the Arts and the chairman of the House Committee on Economic and Financial Affairs:

Jose Herrera and Silvio Schembri 1

Jose Herrera and Silvio Schembri

30 Comments Comment

  1. ciccio says:

    Looks like one of those “Ghana fests,” with the Minister and the 27-year old economist engaged in a duet.

  2. bookworm says:

    Kemm hi nice il-mara ta’ Silvio, bil-platinum shoes.

  3. My name is Charlie says:

    Where is that – some remote mountain village of 500 people, in the centre of Sicily?

  4. Joseph Caruana says:

    Second photo, Jose’s new hand dance move for V18’s opening.

  5. Joe Fenech says:

    Schembri is a stock village character, a folk phenomenon.

    I was intrigued by the ugly mug on the right side of the bottom picture. It seems that he is a member of the local council.

  6. bob-a-job says:

    There’s Silvio at the ‘Worst Dressed Men of the Year’ event declaring the style-challenged José the winner of sartorial ruin.

  7. Josette says:

    Jose, as always is sticking his chest out but at least this time we do not get to see his chest hair. And is he so hard up that he cannot afford at least one decent suit? although he probably thinks he looks cool.

  8. Bubu says:

    Hmm…dress sense is definitely not Herrera’s forte. I wonder what is. Culture is definitely out of course.

  9. Fizzjal says:

    There’s Joey z-Zejza on the far right.

    • Gahan says:

      And there’s his father John Schembri right behind him. He’s the mayor of Hal Luqa and is the brother of Charlie Mangion’s wife – their father was Salvu ta’ Sinjura.

  10. Pisces says:

    Ara xi spicca jaghmel Herrera! I think he never stops swearing at Joseph for not making him Justice Minister. Hekk hu go fik.

  11. Qeghdin Sew says:

    Does the Cabrón ever wear ties?

  12. Denis says:

    Needs room for his moobs, Baxxter.

  13. pawlu griefex says:

    Oh look, Joey Iz-Zejza, a Luqa councillor.

    They’re all mugs of the first degree – a buffoon speaking to a menagerie of idiots. The sindku giving the Order of Merit ta’ Hal Luqa to his son – all in the family.

  14. martha says:

    Correct me if Iam wrong, but I think there’s a ”rule” about buttoning men’s jackets top= sometimes middle= always bottom= never

  15. Mark P says:

    Joey iz-Zejza is trying to imitate Herrera with the hand move, wink and all.

  16. victor says:

    Malta is run by villains and dilettantes.

  17. J Abela says:

    Dear God! The buttons! Sacrilege!

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