A new Nationalist government would amend the current judiciary system and introduce a permanent special inquiring magistrate with the sole remit of investigating cases of corruption without needing any prodding from the government, opposition leader Simon Busuttil said today.
Busuttil, who was addressing a party activity in Attard, said that such a change was necessary in view of the numerous cases of corruption under this administration and the police commissioner’s constant refusal to take any action despite the obscenities going on in the country.
“Let no one think for one moment that we will be turning a blind eye to these obscenities around us,” he said. “On the first day in government, I will order blanket criminal investigations into all these cases of corruption.”
Source : Malta Today