Opposition leaders asks court to hear new evidence of alleged corruption


Opposition Leader Simon Busuttil this morning asked the courts to hear what he said was new evidence of corruption by Keith Schembri, the Prime Minister’s Chief of Staff.

Simon Busuttil claimed he had documents showing how Keith Schembri, paid former Allied Group managing director Adrian Hillman €650,000 in payments between 2011 and 2015.

The Opposition Leader claimed that police had failed to investigate the allegations.

Keith Schembri has denied the latest allegations saying that Simon Busuttil is simply digging up an old story which had emerged a year ago and involved business dealings that took place before he was appointed as Chief of Staff to the Prime Minister. At that time he had produced all required documents.

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