|Peter Caruana has descended to a new low, taking his electoral diatribe to the depths of attacking family connections in the context of describing a party as the 'nasty' party. Panorama does not indulge in such manner, if we did, we could, for example, refer to Mr Caruana's sister who is a political activist on the internet married to the acting Chief Secretary, who is thus the Chief Minister's brother-in-law. This family arrangement at the very top of Government may be unprecedented, but we do not like to indulge in Caruana-like behaviour.
He has now referred to his youngest female candidate as having been photographed in a 'sexist' pose.
It should be clear that that is his perception.
It should also be understood that the photograph was NOT taken by Panorama, but was freely available in the public domain without any attribution to copyright.
It now transpires that David Parody claims to be the photographer. He is also the Deputy Chief Executive Officer of the Financial Services Commission.
It is not known who circulated the photograph on the internet, what is known is that it is of a GSD candidate and that David Parody claims to be the photographer. Can he elucidate further as to the dissemination of that and other photographs of the same subject that may also be in circulation?
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