European Commissioner for Justice Vera Jourová placed a bouquet of flowers on slain journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia’s grave.
In a Twitter post, Jourová said Caruana Galizia was a courageous journalist on her mission to seek the truth.
The Government shattered Malta’s reputation – Delia
In a statement, PN said that Jourová had a meeting with the Head of the Nationalist Party, Adrian Delia.
During the meeting Delia said the Labour Government shattered the Malta’s good reputation within the financial sector.
He also spoke about the passport sales scheme, which he said, “led to the shattering of Malta’s reputation”.
He also said the Government is creating poverty.
Malta set to join EPPO
Minister for Justice Owen Bonnici, yesterday presented a letter to Jourová which announced Malta’s intention to participate in the European Public Prosecutor’s Office.
Bonnici said that Malta recognises EPPO’s help in protecting the economic interests of the European Union.
The EPPO will be in charge to investigate and prosecute those persons whose actions go against the EU’s financial interests.
The Maltese Government is confident that the collaboration between the EPPO, Europol, Eurojust and the European Judicial Network will lead to greater justice and peace.
In a statement, the Department of Information said that the Finance Minister and the Minister for European Affairs also had meetings with Věra Jourová.