Divorce has not yet been introduced in The Republic of Malta. Politicians and pundits have been debating the issue. A billboards has popped up protesting the divorce — and trying to sell video games.
This protest sign was set up by a Catholic parish located in the hometown of pro-divorce politician. The politician in question, Jeffrey Pullicino Orlando, said he "totally understands" the position of the church.
The billboard reads: "Divorce: God doesn't want it." According to the Times of Malta, this is part of a larger campaign directed at churchgoers and non-believers.
The game retailer, the Times of Malta writes, actually may end up facing a boycott by the pro-divorce faction. Well, the gaming part of Malta's pro-divorce faction.
Curia 'not involved' in Zebbug anti-divorce billboard [Times of Malta Thanks, Conrad!]