The Bri­tish Columbia Supreme Court sen­tence is very damn­ing

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Tu­mu­luri’s, a shady char­ac­ter (to say the least). The Bri­tish Columbia Supreme Court sen­tence is very damn­ing.

If we had an hon­est gov­ern­ment, it should put the whole deal into ques­tion. Do you re­mem­ber the prom­ise made by Joseph Muscat, be­fore the gen­eral elec­tion, that his gov­ern­ment would not deal with peo­ple who are black­listed and that all com­pa­nies and in­di­vid­u­als in­volved in deals with the gov­ern­ment would be sub­ject to scru­tiny in­clud­ing due dili­gence?

Where is that prom­ise now? On the rub­bish heap with the other bro­ken Tagħna Lkoll prom­ises.

Joseph Muscat, Kon­rad Mizzi, Chris Fearne, Ram Tu­mu­luri and Vi­tals would all like me to stop talk­ing about this mul­ti­mil­lion deal, which stinks more than the Magħtab land­fill (whose stench has lit­er­ally grown stronger thanks to Tagħna Lkoll’s in­com­pe­tence).

They would like me to talk about other is­sues, such as the nu­mer­ous red her­rings they are throw­ing our way to dis­tract us from the real dirty stuff that is go­ing on in our coun­try.

My an­swer to them is loud and clear. “No, I will not shut up.”

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