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ROBERT Abela's Jan- uary reshuffle is being viewed in a different light by Labour Party insiders following the scathing conclusions of the Sofia public inquiry, MaltaTo- day has learnt. "It is even more clear now that Robert Abela tried to pre-empt the in- quiry findings in January by shuffling around sever- al portfolios to ensure that any prospective reforms are carried out by the ministers he trusts most," a party source who spoke to MaltaToday on condi- tion of anonymity said. PAGE 4 KURT SANSONE EQUALITY FROM THE HEART WWW.MALTATODAY.COM.MT SUNDAY 3 MARCH 2024 • ISSUE 1269 • PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SUNDAY Experts and activists on what should come next following inquiry conclusion PAGES 8 - 9 Editorial & Opinions MT2 More villas but with height reduction from 2009 plans PAGE 11 Sofia Inquiry Smart City Environment maltatoday Robert Abela's enforcers, the Sofia Inquiry and friction at Mile End Building watchdog fails to issue stop works notice despite roof collapse PAGE 6 Study finds lower thyroid disease in Gozo. Is it better food or less fireworks? PAGES 2 - 3 €1.95 Miriam Dalli on Miriam Dalli on Project Green, power Project Green, power cuts and the PL cuts and the PL deputy race deputy race INTERVIEW MT2 CONSTRUCTION MAYHEM CONTINUES UNCHECKED PHOTO: JAMES BIANCHI / MALTATODAY Jonathan Attard, Silvio Schembri, Byron Camilleri and Clint Camilleri have gained substantial clout since January • Clyde Caruana livid on Jobsplus removal

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