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TRUTH IS OF NO COLOUR WWW.MALTATODAY.COM.MT SUNDAY • 26 FEBRUARY 2023 • ISSUE 1217 • PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SUNDAY maltatoday Foreign Minister Ian Borg at odds with ex- perts on Malta joining EU's defence initiative PAGES 14 & 15 NEUTRALITY & EU DEFENCE We map out the faith of Maltese citizens PAGES 8 & 9 Malta Kattolicissima Resignations not enough KURT SANSONE GOVERNMENT will not be ap- pealing the judgment that annulled the hospitals concession agree- ment with Steward Healthcare, MaltaToday has learnt. "The move is intended to close the chapter once and for all so that the Gozo, St Luke's and Ka- rin Grech hospitals are returned back to the State as quickly as possible," government sources said. On Friday night, Prime Minister Robert Abela said government will be asking for the 30-day timeframe for appeal be short- ened and if anyone appeals, ask for this to be heard with urgency. He did not say whether govern- ment intended to appeal. Abela was speaking after Judge Francesco Depasquale annulled the concession agreement with Steward, including all side let- ters, and ruled that steps be taken to return the hospitals to govern- ment. The sources said government has no intention of appealing and a managerial team has already been assembled to take over the running of the three buildings once the case is definitely closed. Government will not appeal Steward hospitals judgment as it braces for political fallout PAGE 2 Government will not appeal court ruling that rubbished the Steward hospitals concession agreement • Judge singles out Konrad Mizzi €1.95 'It seems like the world is watching a Netflix show, but Ukrainians are living it' PAGES 14 & 15 Adrian Delia on his court victory INTERVIEW MT2 PAGES 8 & 9 Labour's 'star candidate' Konrad Mizzi spearheaded the hospitals concession agreement with VGH and continued to be responsible for the deal even when he was no longer health minister

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