PN leader Adrian Delia expressed the hope that the investigations surrounding the murder of Daphne Caruana Galizia would come to a head, permitting Malta u start on a process back to normality. Speaking at a party fundraiser which had attracted strong adverse criticism because of its timing, Delia said that justice needed to be impartial. Delia was referring to the arrest of former OPM Chief of Staff Keith Schembri.
Delia said that whoever is investigating the murder of Daphne Caruana Galizia needs to have the courage to see it through to the end as he is backed by a whole country seeking justice. Delia said that while the country is going through a crisis, it is already obvious that his replacement will be of the same ilk. If, said Delia, all necessary steps are not taken for Muscat to leave immediately, the mask behind which the PL is hiding will slip and it will become evident that nothing will ever change.
Delia said that in the midst of a political crisis, it is his duty to speak to the social partners to hear their take on the situation. “This is not a normal situation and it is not business as usual,” said Delia