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Delia vows to keep on fighting 'for what is right to win'

 "Justice will prevail and the PN will return to its former glory,” Delia told supporters, evoking former Prime Minister Eddie Fenech Adami’s battlecry

Denise Grech
30 August 2017, 3:31pm
Adrian Delia
Adrian Delia
Adrian Delia has pledged to continue fighting “for what is right to win”, as allegations on Delia’s involvement in an offshore bank account held to ostensibly collect rents from a London brothel, to surface.

In a statement, Delia thanked his supporters who stuck by his side, saying “some panicked at the thought that the PN would go about a new way”, referring to his slogan.

If elected, the lawyer and political newcomer pledged that the party “will no longer depend on close-minded individuals”.

The PN leadership contender said he was not “not disheartened by the attacks” against him. "Justice will prevail and the PN will return to its former glory,” Delia said, evoking former Prime Minister Eddie Fenech Adami’s battlecry.

During a meeting in the San Gwann band club, Delia also apologised for calling the Labour party the ‘enemy’, saying this was a “mistake that came as a result of the strong emotion that overwhelmed me when I came out of the PN headquarters. One should never be stubborn enough to refuse to admit when they’re wrong.”