PN Says It Does Not Tolerate Illegal Behaviour But Stands By David Casa’s Denial Of Cocaine Allegations

'We expect the highest of ethical standards in [our politicians'] conduct'

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Malta's Nationalist Party has said it will retain its hardline stand against any illegal behaviour by members of its party.

Following questions by this website about the PN's official response to a story that PN MEP would consume over €600 worth of cocaine in a weekend, a spokesperson said:

"The Nationalist Party does not tolerate any illegal behaviour from any of its members of parliament."

As to whether they believe Casa's denial of the story published by MaltaToday, the Nationalist Party has said it "expects the highest of ethical standards in their conduct."

"Mr David Casa has categorically denied all allegations and has informed the party that he is seeking advice on whether he should take legal action."

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Chucky Bartolo

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