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Prime Minister acts as ‘mediator” for families whose homes collapsed

In a Facebook post, Janet Walker, a woman who together with five other families lost her home when it collapsed due to an accident at a construction site in Pietà, has thanked PM Robert Abela for not only listening to their pleas, but for actually intervening and acting as a mediator on their behalf.

She said that the families had been offered two options for the way forward and while she preferred one option to the other, she still described both of them as good and valid.

She said that now the six families affected by this accident will need to meet and discuss the way forward together. Mrs Walker explained that the families have remained united, and will continue to be so, now more than ever.

Finally she thanked all those who over the last few months have helped and supported her and her family.

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