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Former Enemalta Chairman Alexander Tranter not guilty of misappropriation of public funds

Former Enemalta Chairman Alexander Tranter has been found not guilty of misappropriating public funds after allegations that he made personal use of company credit cards while overseas.

The Court stated the Prosecution had in no way succeeded in proving any of the accusations for which Tranter had been arraigned.

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