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WATCH: PM says Great Siege monument belongs to the Maltese people

Prime Minister Robert Abela said that the Great Siege monument belongs to the Maltese people and to no one else.

He was commenting during a press conference in which the resignation of Police Commissioner Lawrence Cutajar was announced.

Replying to a journalist question on the memorial of Daphne Caruana Galizia beside the monument, the Prime Minister said that he felt that the decision not to clear up the memorial was an appropriate one.

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