Tista' taqra bil- Malti.
The Nationalist Party said that the Police Commissioner ended up being used by the Office of the Prime Minister. This was said following the permission granted to disgraced Chief of Staff Keith Schembri to travel on a family holiday.
In a press release signed by Member of Parliament Beppe Fenech Adami, the Nationalist Party said that this happened at a time when Schembri is being investigated in relation to the assassination of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia. PN said that the Police Commissioner has been discredited by everyone, including the two candidates contesting for the role of Prime Minister in the name of the Labour Party.
“It is unacceptable that the Police Commissioner grants such permissions to someone suspected of homicide, of trampling over justice and of revealing sensitive information about the State and ongoing Police investigations. Considering all of this, the Police Commissioner has no other alternative than to resign with immediate effect, together with Prime Minister Joseph Muscat in order to eliminate any form of pressure, disruption or interference in investigations. The country cannot go through such a situation where the Police Commission is a puppet in the hands of the gang of criminals that has hijacked Castille.”
In the meantime, in a separate press release, the Nationalist Party said that the consumer is becoming more conscious on taking care of its own money. This considering the uncertainty that has taken over the islands, as well as the political tensions. Due to this, the party insisted that there’s not much faith left to spare.
The press release signed by Edwin Vassallo goes on to say that the Nationalist Party is focusing on seeing that political correctness will reign in Malta once again.