Opposition Leader Adrian Delia remained adamant that he would not speak about his personal family situation given an agreement he made in court with his estranged wife, however did declare that it is not acceptable, anywhere in the world, to have a party leader found guilty of domestic violence.
The PN Leader is facing allegations of domestic violence, leading to arguments that his position as leader is no longer tenable given the allegations themselves. However, he remains adamant that he has no intention of stepping aside. Videos have also been making the rounds about his personal situation, however the Leader argued that they were heavily edited in a very malicious manner.
Being interviewed by Andrew Azzopardi on Ghandi Xi Nghid, the PN Leader was told that domestic violence is a public issue, and that he needs to come clean about the allegations. While he would not talk about his personal situation, he did say that he believes that, nowhere in the world, would it be acceptable for there to be a party leader found guilty of domestic violence. By saying this, the PN leader is arguing that he is innocent but at the same time saying that if found guilty he will step down.
During the interview, he was asked about the party situation, about the Corinthia deal and about the recent migration situation.
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Original article found on The Malta Independent