Chamber demands clarification

28th January 2020

Ethical businesses and the Maltese public require a clear clarification on this matter to pursue on the expected inspiration and hope to a determinate way forward towards the common good.

The Malta Chamber demands clarification from Government regarding reports in the media of a role former Prime Minister Dr Joseph Muscat may have held in a meeting between Steward Healthcare and the Government.

It is the Chamber’s view that Government ought to focus on how to maximise efficiencies from this controversial deal, especially in the light of the great expense this has been so far to the public coffers.

Furthermore, at a time when the country is struggling to clean its name and engage in procedures to improve good governance, such speculation does not help. This may risk prolonging the cleaning process which will certainly result to be detrimental.

Ethical businesses and the Maltese public require a clear clarification on this matter to pursue on the expected inspiration and hope to a determinate way forward towards the common good.


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