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03/09/2012 - 23:46

Politicals claims

Politicals claims: Both the Prime Minister and the Health Minister have to give an explanation regarding “very serious accusations levelled by the former head of the oncology department at Mater Dei Hospital Stephen Brincat. The Prime Minister hints at general election. This would free the Prime Minister from embarrassment in parliament since the turn of the year.



Politicals claims
Explanations on Prof Brincat’s claims
Both the Prime Minister and the Health Minister have to give an explanation regarding “very serious accusations levelled by the former head of the oncology department at Mater Dei Hospital Stephen Brincat”, Labour leader Joseph Muscat requested yesterday. According to Prof. Brincat, he was not free to decide even on the list of patients to be admitted to hospital claiming that there was interference from above. “Such interference on purely medical aspects is unheard of even in third world countries, and unprecedented for Malta,” remarked the Labour leader.The Health Ministry later denied such claims, saying that Prof. Brincat never approached the relevant authorities to alert them about the situation.
 
The Prime Minister hints at general election
The Prime Minister hints at general election. This would free the Prime Minister from embarrassment in parliament since the turn of the year. Dr Gonzi stated that throughout history, the electorate made the right decisions, referring to the independence referendum in 1964 and entry in the EU four decades later. Dr Gonzi explained that rather than receiving €1.5 million a year as Labour had forecasted, since 2004 Malta received €1 billion from the EU. “Our duty is to give the electorate a good choice based on our good track record in the economy, jobs and education which is in sharp contrast with Labour’s which so far is keeping its proposals close to its chest,” stated the Prime Minister.


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