What the Sunday papers say...
A round-up of the newspaper headlines on Sunday.
8 January 2012, 12:00am
Illum reports Franco Debono saying that it is useless for him turning to the Nationalist Party to solve his issue since it is a Constitutional issue. Illum also carries comments on the political crisis by Nationalist MP Jesmond Mugliett and former PN President Frank Portelli.
The Sunday Times features an interview with the Prime Minister under the heading - Gonzi: I will not be blackmailed.
The Malta Independent carries a comment by Lawrence Gonzi about Franco Debono saying he should resign. It also carries a front page picture of the funeral of Duncan Zammit, one of the victims of the New Year's Day double murder.
Il-Mument says the Franco Debono case will be tackled internally within the Nationalist Party structures. It carries a quote by Gonzi saying the problem with Franco Debono is not the country's problem but a problem regarding an MP who wanted to become minister.
KullHadd says the Gonzi government is on the 'edge'.
It-Torca says the 'war' between Franco Debono and Lawrence Gonzi has worsened and says the division is deep as Debono will support anyone but Gonzi as Prime Minister.
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