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Academics request resignation or immediate removal of Prime Minister

Academics at the University of Malta said in a statement that those entrusted with the highest structures of power have completely betrayed the trust of Maltese citizens and the international community in the most appalling way.

Within this context, they are insisting that Joseph Muscat should resign or be removed immediately. This is so that the investigations can continue without any obstruction from the Office of the Prime Minister.

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