Thousands of people turned out in the Bulgarian capital Sofia on Monday for the fifth day running to demand the resignation of Prime Minister Boyko Borissov.
Various press freedom organisations and two European politicians have released a statement to mark the 1,000th day since investigative journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia was murdered. In their separate statements they noted, that to date justice has not been served.
Son of slain journalist has dismissed calls for Yorgen Fenech to be given pardon.
Two former presidents of Panama, have been banned from leaving the country, as they are under investigation for money laundering in separate corruption cases.
"Drastic reforms are required if the country’s standing, trust, credibility and democratic credentials are to be restored," the Ombudsman said.
Delia noted that the money which was lost due to alleged government corruption, could have gone into assisting businesses and people during this time of need. The Opposition leader highlighted that the country was entering into an economic crisis following the coronavirus pandemic.
Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday became the first serving Israeli prime minister to go on trial, proclaiming his innocence in the corridor before walking into court to face charges of bribery, fraud and breach of trust.
Rule of Law NGO Repubblika has called on Prime Minister Robert Abela to act after it was revealed that a secret agreement with Steward Healthcare appears to have been signed and which seems to impose heavy burdens on the government if the hospitals concession is terminated.
In a statement, Repubblika questioned why Prime Minister Robert Abela has remained silent on the matter.