Party leader Harry Vassallo said it was shameful that Mepa, which was there to protect the community, had not published the report.
It seems that there are still some people in 2008 Malta who are prepared to defend the government even when it acts against the basics of democracy: TRANSPARENCY.
I particularly liked the comment by certain Dion Borg on the Times of Malta. He wrote:
"This blessed report is ultimately financed by taxpayers, and thus is owned by the people, and its purpose was supposedly to safeguard our common interest – read, no government’s or any other (sic) ‘citizen-serving’ institution’s interest.
and I fully agree.