Jason Micallef, chairperson Labour’s ONE TV and the Valletta Cultural Agency, has suggested he is being undermined for vengeful reasons.
In a coy Facebook post, Micallef said he has a lot to say after 25 years in public life and pledged to keep speaking out.
“When you’re a functionary of a political party and/or have occupied a role or roles over the years, correct leadership is a basic standard that one should expect,” Micallef wrote. “The delegates don’t expect anything less.”
“I have always followed and adhered to this standard and say so wherever I go; not everyone can say the same.”
“In seven years as PL secretary general and almost 12 years as ONE executive chairperson, as well as public roles that oversaw several millions of euro, no one has ever alleged any form of incorrectness or mishandling. Everyone knows and agrees with how Valletta was successfully regenerated.”
“I never expected well-dones and thank yous from those who trusted me with these positions. However, when this correctness is undermined for ulterior goals, including for revenge, and when mechanisms and people that have proven to be dubious are used, then that’s a big problem that merits confrontation.”
“I have so much to say after 25 years in public life and I will keep speaking as I have always done.”
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