Tag: 17 Black

Watch: ‘Not privy to the communication between Muscat and Schembri’ –...

Prime Minister Abela said that he would not know what the pair would have discussed then. He added that Muscat took the wrong decisions at the time, explaining that both disgraced then-minister Konrad Mizzi and Schembri should have been removed the moment their names surfaced in the Panama Papers.

Schembri promises ‘truth’ on Monday

Disgraced former OPM Chief of Staff Keith Schembri is expected to take the witness stand on Monday morning. Schembri will be testifying in criminal proceedings against his long time friend and murder suspect Yorgen Fenech. Fenech stands accused of being an accomplice in the murder of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia.

Public urged to attend protest following latest Montenegro scandal

The protest will start at 6pm and is being organised by Repubblika and pressure group Occupy Justice.

PN convenes parliamentary group meeting to discuss Montenegro Scandal

Partit Nazzjonalista will convene its parliamentary group to discuss the latest developments in relation to the Montenegro scandal.

Montenegro Scandal: An investigation was already underway – Police

In a brief statement on Saturday afternoon, the Police said that prior to the allegations, the issue was already subject of a police investigation.

Montenegro Scandal: Fenech was ready to reveal all last November

On November 26 Newsbook.com.mt had revealed that Yorgen Fenech was ready to reveal all about the Montenegro scandal.

Malta risks economic Covid-21, Bartolo warns

The Foreign Affairs Minister endorsed the call made by Prime Minister for a full investigation and the demand that anyone involved should be made to resign.

Mizzi claims ‘no hint of wrongdoing’ on Enemalta’s Montenegro venture

Disgraced former minister Konrad Mizzi denied any wrongdoing linked to Enemalta’s purchase of a Montenegrin wind farm which netted murder suspect Yorgen Fenech a profit of at least €4.6 million, insisting that the purchase only brought profits to the company.

In Daphne’s murder investigation, money trail leads to Montenegro venture

In December 2015, 17 Black made a previously undisclosed profit of 4.6 million euros when Malta’s state energy company, Enemalta, bought a wind farm in Montenegro. The purchase came after negotiations and several trips to Montenegro led by Malta’s then energy minister, Konrad Mizzi

Major police raid on Latvian bank linked to Yorgen Fenech’s 17...

300 police officers raided the offices of a Latvian bank allegedly used in a kickback scheme involving disgraced former minister Konrad Mizzi, Keith Schembri and Yorgen Fenech, the former Tumas Fenech CEO who stands charged with the assassination of Daphne Caruana Galizia.