“But, inspite of oscillating between dismissal and resignation, the minister shamelessly sticks to his seat of power waiving responsibility by simply stating he hasn’t got anything to do with it.””This the minister himself declared in Parliament in answer to a question by PN whip and MP Mario Galea. ”
“Moreover, the millions of liri owed to private citizens whose lands were expropriated years and years ago can also be attributed to Mr Mugliett.”*
“Such lists of creditors is an ever-increasing one..”**
“The sum paid to the foreign consultants does come across as quite some pocket money when we consider the Lm2 million in subsidies that was promised to bus owners.”
“No one has to be fed as to the onus probandi (burden of proof) in a court case. Yet, the minister slips indifferently away from any political shame fully supported by a yet politically and ethically indifferent PM, at least in the eyes of the public.”
“All we should do is to be happy with our new roads… A lot of twisting and turning of truth itself keeps ministers glued to their seats, lifting them so divinely above condemnation and ordaining them with divine infallibility.”
I’m off (see A.W.O.L) … sorry no time to comment.
If, like me you, thought that the link on the Times was hidden…. here it is again.
Stay glued to your seats do not slip indifferently and try to quit oscillating. This Luxembourger cheese is over and out.
*Mintoff expropriat Mugliett Pagat.
** Nobel prize in Mathematics.