In-Nazzjon quotes Opposition spokesperson for Energy Ryan Callus who said that diesel prices in Malta are the highest in Europe while petrol prices are the second-highest. The Nationalist Party is calling for a 30-cent reduction in fuels.
Another story reports that Malta dropped 12 places on the Global Financial Centres Index in March, ranking 107th among 108 reviewed countries. The paper says this is the worst result in ten years.
The paper says that Opposition Leader Adrian Delia has written to the Auditor General urging him to follow up on a report by the Commissioner for Standards in Public Life and investigate claims of misuse of public funds by ministers.
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