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Adrian Delia and Simon Busuttil disagree on who owns Egrant

Nationalist Party leader, Adrian Delia, said that his position on the Egrant inquiry has not changed despite the declaration by former nationalist leader, Simon Busuttil. He stated that Dr Busutill may believe what he wants, although he added that the reason for this is due to the fact that the Attorney General continued to refuse to publish the full inquiry report.

Dr Delia stated that he prefers to believe in facts. He was answering to questions if he agrees with what nationalist deputy Busuttil told Parliament that he continues to maintain that Egrant company belongs to the Prime Minister.

“I prefer to know the facts than to believe. Who can tell us the facts? We have a 1,400-page report….If we know what those 1,400 pages consist at least we know that. If need be, more should be done to establish who owns this company, then we avoid speculation and know the truth”, Dr Delia stated.

Dr Delia added that Dr Busuttil has a right and is free to believe what he wants. The Nationalist leader said that the most easy thing is that the Attorney General publishes the full report of the inquiry instead of having the country going through this speculation and all arguments.

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