Maria Efimova, who testified at the Egrant inquiry which the Prime Minister says exonerates him of the accusation of bribery and money laundering, reacting today to Joseph Muscat’s statement in court.
Well, don’t want to sound heroic, but I will stand by what I’ve witnessed even if all the others withdraw. https://t.co/ZZa4I3IiDD— Maria Efimova (@MariaEfimova7) January 31, 2019
Joseph Muscat is reported by Times of Malta to have said this morning “My position is clear and emerges from what other people are saying. There is nothing to these allegations. 477 witnesses were spoken to, several rogatory letters were sent to foreign countries. Several details were incorrect especially were given by (former Pilatus Bank employee) Maria Efimova. None of the documents quoted
Maria Efimova provided information that brought about the collapse and closure of Pilatus Bank where she worked for three months and was not paid until the bank was forced into administration.