PN finances
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PN finances

I refer to the article ‘PN officials unaware of Delia dealings on ċedoli’ (January 8).

All members of the Nationalist Party’s finance team categorically deny to have engaged with a Times of Malta journalist and discussed with him the party’s financial matters as falsely alleged in the front-page report.

Adrian Delia has, as from day one of him becoming leader of the Nationalist Party, focused particularly on the party’s financial situation. To this end he set up a finance committee chaired by himself to ensure the party finances are constantly monitored by the team. This committee has always been kept abreast of all financial initiatives.

Throughout his 16 months as leader, he and the finance team have constantly searched for various solutions to resolve and improve the party’s financial situation, building both on the successful schemes already launched before and by introducing new alternatives such as the commercialisation of some of the party clubs.

Delia has set an ambitious 10-year plan to place the party on a robust financial footing that would also provide for the paying out of its debts rather than continue accumulating them with interest. He is determined to achieve this goal with the help of his team.

Every single member of the finance team (Robert Arrigo – deputy leader; Clyde Puli – secretary general; David Camilleri – treasurer; Pierre Portelli – executive chairman, Media.Link Communications; Malcolm Custo – financial controller) reiterates full trust and unequivocal support to Delia and vouch for his integrity and transparency.

Editorial note: The Times of Malta stands by its report of January 8.

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