Adrian Delia asked to retract 'conspiracy' comments about website
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Adrian Delia asked to retract 'conspiracy' comments about website

PN leader sued Lovin Malta for libel

Adrian Delia outside court.

Adrian Delia outside court.

Opposition leader Adrian Delia has been asked to retract claims that website Lovin Malta is part of a clear conspiracy against him and in an alliance with the Labour government.

The website's founder, Chris Peregin, said on Monday that these claims were untrue, libellous and damaging to the website's reputation.

He warned that failure to publish a retraction of the false claims may result in further actions against Dr Delia and the Nationalist Party’s media organisations. 

Mr Peregin's statement came days after Dr Delia sued Lovin Malta for libel over a story where it said that several key protagonists of the Nationalist Party are fuming and expect him to step down to protect the party from further fallout caused by his acrimonious marital separation.

Dr Delia on Sunday warned he was prepared to sue other sections of the press in order to safeguard his reputation.

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