Nothing could be further from the truth; Any such agreement, even if its could be consummated, would involve the Departments of Justice and of State, neither of whom would most likely entertain immunity from prosecution for an individual known to be not only a paragon of corruption, but a supporter of the principal Iran sanctions evasion scheme, which is a global crime that the United States will not ignore.
Moreover, Prime Minister Abela has failed to publicly deny that such a scheme is even under consideration by his office, which is an abject leadership failure, just when Malta wants assurance that their country's principal bad actor will finally face justice. To complicate things, the fact that Abela is believed to have been implicated in much of Muscat's criminality, by virtue of his prior service as "legal advisor," and often being present in conferences where group decisions that involved corrupt activities were made. Abela, who was Muscat's backoffice choice to succeed him, is said to be following his predecessor's directives to the letter.
Abela's silence is clearly disturbing his supporters, and leaving important questions unanswered. Who is getting immunity, and for what ?