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WWW.MALTATODAY.COM.MT WEDNESDAY EDITION €1.00 WEDNESDAY • 31 AUGUST 2022 • ISSUE 808 • PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SUNDAY EDITORIAL • PAGE 11 PAGE 5 PAGE 9 PAGE 3 Curia 'reached understanding' with developer over Manikata chapel 'Tax money down the drain' MUMN calls out €6 million profit for Steward, says cash could have built new mental health hospital Labour Party denies link to driving test corruption scandal KARL AZZOPARDI THE Labour Party has denied referring candidates for preferential treatment during driving tests in the wake of a cor- ruption scandal that has rocked Trans- port Malta. "There are no pending proceedings or charges against any Partit Laburista of- ficial," a spokesperson said when asked whether the party denies that any of its officials are linked to the scandal. The party has also denied having an or- ganised system of passing on names of candidates waiting to undergo a driving test to Transport Malta officials. "The answer is a categorical no," the spokes- person replied. On Monday, three Transport Malta officials were charged with corruption in an alleged racket concerning driving tests - Transport Malta director for the Land Transport Directorate Clint Man- sueto, former Żebbuġ Labour councillor Philip Edrick Zammit and Raul Antonio Pace. They pleaded not guilty to charges brought against them.

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