The PN’s Administrative Committee is to meet tomorrow at 5pm, sources within the PN told The Malta Independent. The agenda is not yet known.
Opposition Leader Adrian Delia has faced criticism and arguments that he was refusing to convene the Committee, an allegation which he himself has denied.
Adrian Delia has been facing calls to resign ever since his estranged wife, with whom he is undergoing separation proceedings, claimed in court that he was abusive towards her and the couple’s five children. The PN Leader vehemently denies the claims.
On Friday, PN MP and President of the Administrative Committee David Stellini told The Malta Independent that the committee was working on organising its next meeting. He said that meeting would likely be held this week. Asked about the meeting’s agenda, he refused to comment.
Sources high up within the PN had previously told this newsroom however, that the political situation at the time is always on the agenda of the party’s administrative committee, thus indicating that the position of PN Leader Adrian Delia will be discussed.
It has also been reported that the Executive committee, which is different from the administrative committee, will also discuss the allegations being made against Delia when it convenes.
Original article found on The Malta Independent