Former European commissioner and PN minister John Dalli has said the Prime Minister was wrong not to have sacked his chief of staff Keith Schembri and tourism minister Konrad Mizzi when they were implicated in the Panama Papers almost two years ago.
“If I were advising the Nationalist Party, I would tell them to continue focusing their attacks on Konrad Mizzi and Keith Schembri and not on the police commissioner and Attorney General, because that’s where the real beef lies,” he said in a phone call with Lovin Malta. “It was not on for a minister and the Prime Minister’s chief of staff to open Panama companies and try to open bank accounts for them, and Joseph Muscat was wrong not to have removed them.”
Dalli dismissed the argument that the police commissioner and Attorney General should be sacked because they had failed to investigate Mizzi and Schembri for corruption.
“If they could