‘Nothing to hide’ on Montenegro project, Muscat insists

Former Prime Minister Joseph Muscat insisted that he had ‘nothing to hide’ following revelations that Daphne Caruana Galizia murder suspect Yorgen Fenech made millions off Enemalta’s purchase of a Montenegrin wind farm in 2015.

In a brief Facebook post, Muscat insisted that the revelations were news to him, and that this could all be verified.

Segwejt l-izviluppi li gew ippubblikati llum rigward il-progett tal-Montenegro, u diga' wrejt disponibilta'…

Posted by Joseph Muscat on Friday, June 19, 2020

He said that he was making himself available to the police to provide them with any information they may require and to answer any questions they may have.

Former minister Konrad Mizzi took to Facebook to deny any wrongdoing, arguing that the project was a boon to Enemalta.