Andrew Borg Cardona on the Maltese shareholders of Electrogas

Electrogas seems to have been owned by three of the richest and most enterprising families in Malta.  If I were being associated with the accused in the most serious murder trial we have had in Malta for many decades, I’d be very embarrassed and in fact the families are keeping an extremely low profile.  Electrogas was a very expensive enterprise for the country as it turned out.  When she was assassinated, Daphne had not yet brought the whole story out.  From the way Melvin Theuma is testifying in court and what he says was said to him by Yorgen Fenech, it would seem that a lot of the worry of whoever wanted Daphne silenced came because of the exposé of Electrogas which was on the way.’

Dr Andrew Borg Cardona

You can watch Andrew Borg Cardona on Electrogas during a current affairs tv programme about The Public Enquiry – Who Killed Daphne Caruana Galizia and why? 

More on Electrogas ownership and 17 Black is available on The Shift News

Dr Borg-Cardona was called to the Bar in 1980. He specialises in commercial and labour law, financial services law, contract and company work.  Dr Borg-Cardona is a member of the MdR Fraud Network, a network co-ordinated by the London firm Mishcon de Reya enabling members to be of mutual assistance, particularly in the area of asset recovery and protection on a trans-national level.