Allegations that Prime Minister Joseph Muscat’s wife owned a mysterious offshore Panama company called Egrant triggered a general election three months ago.
Over 100 days since the election, many questions remain unanswered and – if anything – the whole situation has become murkier.
Lovin Malta had closely followed the Egrant case in the months before the election and, with investigations reportedly close to conclusion, here’s a rundown of how the scandal developed after Labour’s massive victory at the polls.
1. Muscat says Egrant allegations have not left him bitter (4th June)
After leading Labour to a resounding victory over the Nationalist Party, Joseph Muscat uses the Egrant story to make a case for national unity.
“My wife and I got attacked more than anyone throughout this campaign, but we have no bitterness and hatred in our hearts,” he said.
The two other protagonists in the