Justice needs to be served without prejudice – Minister Bartolo

Tista' taqra bil- Malti.

Minister for Education and Employment Evarist Bartolo said that Malta is currently at a crossroads. On a Facebook post on Sunday morning, the Minister said that protecting criminals will only put Malta in a worse situation. It would be only if justice gets served without any prejudice, would the country stand in a better place.

Bartolo then continued by explaining how almost 100 years ago, honest patriots worked hard to give birth to the Partit Laburista because they wanted a just society across the board.

The post is of more considerable significance as it published the day after the police have called in Minister Chris Cardona at their HQ for questioning.

In the past days, Minister Bartolo also posted another interesting item:
“Good Day.
To move from where we are standing, and turn over a new leaf, all the facts and roles of all those involved in the assassination of Daphne Caruana Galizia need to be known, and all the necessary steps need to be taken for unprejudiced justice to be served.”

During the revelation of the Panama Papers scandal, Evarist Bartolo said that Minister Konrad Mizzi needs to resign else the country would have two different laws, one for the gods and one for the animals.