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Gonzi told Musumeci not to run for seat

Prime Minister used Caruana Galizia allegations to inform Siggiewi mayor that his intention to run for John Dalli’s seat was ‘inopportune’

Prime Minister Lawrence Gonzi himself was the person who last Tuesday personally told the PN’s Siggiewi mayor Robert Musumeci that the allegations made about his partner Consuelo Scerri Herrera, the magistrate, by Malta Independent columnist Daphne Caruana Galizia had rendered him unsuitable to stand for a casual election. >>

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