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Alfred Pule resigns from Planning Authority Board

The Minister of Transport, Infrastructure and Capital Projects, Ian Borg, accepted the resignation of Mr Alfred Pule from the Planning Authority Board, after a member of Parliament drew attention to a conflict of interest that Mr Pule might possibly have had during a decision taken by the Planning Board in recent days.

In a statement the Ministry said that Minister Borg had spoken to Mr. Pule, who informed him about the sale of land in Lija land in 2016, long before he was appointed on the board.

To remove any doubt or speculation, Mr Pule will no longer sit on the Planning Board, notwithstanding that in every decision taken he did not have an interest – direct or indirect.

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