Former Prime Minister Joseph Muscat has reacted to the news that his former Chief of Staff has been charged in court, saying that he will wait for justice to take its course “as I always have.”
Former OPM Chief of Staff Keith Schembri was charged in court with money laundering, corruption and forgery. Schembri was one of 11 people arraigned. The 11 were arraigned in connection with a recently concluded magisterial inquiry in connection to allegations surrounding Schembri and former Allied Newspaper managing director Adrian Hillman and another magisterial inquiry.
“After many stories, accusations and a number of inquiries, a number of people were charged in court over an alleged case of corruption in the private sector, most notably with The Times of Malta, which is being said were carried out under a Nationalist Government before 2013,” Joseph Muscat said.#
“I will wait for justice to take its course as I always have.”
He went on to say that more than two and a half years have passed since the Egrant inquiry concluded, adding that he will keep on insisting that justice with his family over the Egrant lie be done.
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