Tag: Byron Camilleri

Manuel Delia says his rights were breached when denied access to...

The requests follow reports that an immigrant was subjected to inhuman and degrading treatment in prison

Minister must resign if prison deaths left unaddressed – PN

Home Affairs Minister Byron Camilleri should resign if he is unable to guarantee the safety of inmates at the Corradino Correctional Facility, the Nationalist Party said in the wake of the latest death which took place within the prison walls.

31 new police inspectors sworn in

Thirty-one new police inspectors have been sworn in on Monday, including three who have only just joined the Malta Police Force.

‘People have been deprived of their rights for 3 weeks’; MEPs...

Libyan Coast Guard vessel in Maltese search and rescue zone

The EU must continue to provide support to transit countries, including...

Security in the Mediterranean and the role of the European Union in favour of peace in the region were discussed during a meeting between Minister for Home Affairs, National Security and Law Enforcement Byron Camilleri and the German Minister of Interior Horst Seehofer.

Police to set up new squad to deal with domestic violence

During the press conference, Camilleri said that the simulator was developed following a €115,000 investment and is part of bigger project, that of setting up a new squad dealing primarily with domestic violence.

Minister’s incompetence prejudiced ‘Malta’s most important court case’ – Fenech Adami

The Nationalist Party’s home affairs spokesman Beppe Fenech Adami angrily insisted that the incompetence of Minister Byron Camilleri prejudiced the “most important court case Malta witnessed in the last 50 years” in Parliament today, in reference to the Melvin Theuma incident.

Fewer than 5 breathalyser tests a week carried out

A total of 350 breathalyser tests were carried out on motorists in Malta between January 2019 and June 2020, figures tabled in Parliament show.

Malta-Turkey talks on Libya, immigration continue

The situation in Libya – as well as its impact on migration flows to Malta – was again discussed in talks involving the Maltese and Turkish governments, with Home Affairs Minister Byron Camilleri paying an official visit to Ankara.

Police officers can now anonymously report abuses within the force

Police officers can anonymously report abuses within the Police Force without fear of facing disciplinary action through an amendment of a schedule in the Police Act.