PN Leader says that witness Court accounts show that no verification or scrutiny had been carried out on Vitals

Opposition Leader Adrian Delia said that from witness accounts in Court regarding the contract of three hospitals awarded to Vitals, it emerged that no verification or scrutiny had been carried out on the company.

Dr Delia stated that the Chairman of the Evaluation and Adjudicating Board was one of the partners of Nexia BT. He said no verification had taken place and Vitals had been formed a few days before the contract with a capital of just €1,000.

He said that Vitals had only been mentioned and the Bank of India has yet to present documentation.

The PN Leader said that consequently the Government had not ascertained that the community was not about to be robbed by the contract.

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