Tista' taqra bil- Malti.
Outgoing Prime Minister Joseph Muscat is expected to publish a list of all the gifts he received during his tenure.
This was reported on Sunday by The Sunday Times of Malta.
Sources close to Muscat said the list would be made public once he stepped down from office on January 12.
Concerns were raised last week following recent development which revealed that murder suspect Yorgen Fenech, charged with complicity in the assassination of Daphne Caruana Galizia, had gifted Muscat a Bvlgari watch costing €20,000 and three bottles of some of the most expensive wine in the world.
Times of Malta is informed that the three bottles of wine are in the State’s possession and today form part of the Girgenti Estate.
However, sources responsible for the logistics of former Prime Minister Lawrence Gonzi’s secretariat during the previous administration found it odd that such gifts were in possession of the State, as each gift is usually registered and marked with a sticker to indicate the source and occasion.