Leader of the Opposition, Adrian Delia said that with regards to the conclusions of the Egrant Inquiry, the Prime Minister must take responsibility himself if Minister Konrad Mizzi and Chief of Staff Keith Schembri do not resign.
During an interview on the Nationalist Party’s Radio Station, NetFM Delia said that while the people’s money was used in national celebrations, to celebrate the fact that Joseph Muscat does not own Egrant, it is also known that other companies are owned by Mizzi and Schembri and should therefore take responsibility for their actions. If not, Muscat should act upon this.
Regarding the Inquiry that has still not yet been published, Delia said that the Attorney General is allowing and creating political imbalance. He emphasised again that the Party has no faith in the Attorney General.
Delia said that Muscat is playing with fire by not implementing the directive of money laundering and protecting the few people close to him, while risking a lot in a sector that has grown to its current state for 25 years.