In a choice between his client’s interests and those of the public, he chose his client’s
And what makes Demarco’s choice even more grave is that he is not just any old MP, but the deputy leader of the Opposition, on whom the country should be able to depend to fight against this kind of thing. Because if he’s not going to, then who is?
How terrible it is to know – in this sinking mess of squalid corruption and plummeting standards in public life – that those on whom we should count to defend our interests are instead defending our aggressors and their own pocket.
Instead of speaking for the public against the theft of public land, the deputy Opposition leader helps his client to steal it with the help of Konrad Mizzi and Joseph Muscat.
I’m afraid that’s what it boils down to.