Opposition Leader: the PM is being forced into making decisions

Opposition and Nationalist Party Leader Adrian Delia has alleged that the Prime Minister is not making decisions of his own accord but was being coerced into doing so.

Interviewed on the Nationalist Party station, Dr Delia said Robert Abela only took a decision when his back was against the wall.

The Nationalist Leader asked what would happen to the contracts signed by former Minister Konrad Mizzi, among them Vitals and Electrogas, which he said were costing the people millions of euros a year.

He said the Government had hijacked the country’s institutions to make a few people rich on the backs of the rest of the population.

Dr Delia appealed to the Maltese to unite to take back their country so that the Government would no longer ride roughshod over Malta’s name and reputation.

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