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KURT SANSONE CLYDE Caruana is non-committal on the €6 billion price tag for a three- line metro system with 25 stations proposed by gov- ernment consultants. The Finance Minister said there will have to be an "ex- tensive discussion" on the financial aspects but insist- ed the proposal so far was a matter for public consulta- tion. "The issue will eventually boil down to taking the nec- essary decisions and on how realistic certain commit- ments will be," he said when asked by MaltaToday wheth- er the exorbitant outlay was a headache he would want to avoid as finance minister. Caruana insisted the public discussion on the proposed project should continue. "When the time comes for me to delve deeper into the matter, I'll have no problem to pronounce myself on the issue," he added. WWW.MALTATODAY.COM.MT WEDNESDAY EDITION €1.00 WEDNESDAY • 6 OCTOBER 2021 • ISSUE 757 • PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SUNDAY EDITORIAL • PAGE 11 PAGE 3 Special Budget Edition Finance Minister non- committal on €6 billion price tag for metro Castaldi Paris replaced on Public Accounts Committee KARL AZZOPARDI LABOUR MP Jonathan Attard has replaced Ian Castaldi Par- is on parliament's Public Ac- counts Committee. The replacement comes after a motion was forward- ed in parliament by Deputy Prime Minister Chris Fearne as leader of the House. PAGE 4 MaltaToday will be publishing a 2022 Budget Special Edition on Tuesday, 12 October. The Wednesday edition will not be published next week. Ian Castaldi Paris Clyde Caruana

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