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Juncker not surprised by Egrant Inquiry result – eager to continue working with PM Muscat

EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker has said he has not been surprised by the result of the Inquiry carried out by Magistrate Aaron Bugeja regarding Egrant.

Requested by TVM to give his reaction to the Inquiry Report result that exonerated Prime Minister Muscat and family a spokesperson for Juncker expressed the President’s anticipation of continuing to work with his friend Prime Minister Joseph Muscat.

In addition to Juncker’s opinion, The President of the European Socialists’ Party welcomed the Inquiry’s conclusions and expressed satisfaction that Dr Muscat had been exonerated from the allegations made against him.

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Il-Partit Soċjalista Ewropew ixxukkjat bil-falsifikazzjoni tad-dokumenti dwar Egrant

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