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NEWS | Wednesday, 07 April 2010 Issue 158

How to sell a bad deal...

Government to launch advertising blitz to convince consumers that Delimara extension will ‘pollute less’ than Marsa – omitting to mention that the emissions limit was raised in 2009, and that the contract is under investigation by the Auditor General

Karl Stagno-Navarra
Government is set to spend thousands in taxpayers’ money on a drive to sell the Delimara Power Station extension to the public: despite the fact that the same contract is mired in controversy, and is still under investigation by the Auditor General.



Sam Estates

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