Quotes of the week

“I’m planning to present irrefutable evidence.”

Nationalist MP Jeffrey Pullicino Orlando insisting he will back his claims that Richard Cachia Caruana colluded with high-ranking members of the Labour administration to “feather his nest” in 1996.

“Obviously losing touch with reality.”

Outgoing Ambassador to the EU Richard Cachia rubbishing Jeffrey Pullicino Orlando’s claims .

“The Nationalist Party is divided... So unless unity is restored, the party is in for a rough ride.”

Nationalist MEP Simon Busuttil urging his party to get its house in order at a time when ethics in politics was clearly lacking.

“This is a blatant, knee-jerk reaction.”

Stockbroker Paul Bonello lambasting Bank of Valletta for cancelling his and his wife’s credit cards – he believes the bank did this as retribution for highlighting irregularities in the La Valette Property Fund.

“This is a good day for the country.”

Finance Minister Tonio Fenech reacting to the European Commission’s approval of government’s restructuring plan for Air Malta.

“I woke up because I heard his screams.”

Pregnant mother of two Sharon Fenech testifying against her partner Andrea Camilleri who is accused of scalding her son with hot water.


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