Allow me to remind Prime Minister Joseph Muscat that it is highly unethical to have chosen a well-known Mintoffian (such as former judge Philip Sciberras), as one of the trio supposed to ‘investigate’ Beppe Fenech Adami who, as a lawyer, was involved in a company called Baltimore Fiduciary (which acted as a nominee company owner of Capital Investment Company).
To my mind, since Philip Sciberras is a well-known Mintoffian, he should have had the decency to refuse this offer but, apparently enough, this seems to be beyond him.
One wonders why Malta’s Prime Minister Joseph Muscat was careful not to appoint a truly independent inquiry in order to find out where money Keith Schembri and Konrad Mizzi wanted to place in secret off-shore Panama companies came from.
I do hope that the European Parliament will look into the matter.
Edward Torpiano Floriana