Tag: Corruption

Encyclical Special 3: Migrants: a heart open to the whole world

Part of the second and the entire fourth chapter of Pope Francis’s third Encyclical Letter “Fratelli tutti” on fraternity and social friendship are dedicated to the theme of migration.

Delia promises more action against government corruption next week

Incumbent Partit Nazzjonalista leader Adrian Delia has promised more action from the Opposition against government corruption next week.

Gasan ready to explore selling to government

The Gasan Group is ready to explore selling their ElectroGas shares to Government at cost, Newsbook.com.mt is informed.

‘Had my mother published, Electrogas would have gone into liquidation’ –...

In view of this chain of events, Matthew Caruana Galizia asked: "What greater motive would the people involved have needed to commit murder?"

Bulgaria’s Justice Minister to resign; Criticised for not addressing corruption

His resignation also follows a 50th consecutive day of anti-government protests.

Bulgarian protesters want government out on inaction against corruption

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.

Renewed call for justice 1,000 days after Caruana Galizia’s assassination

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.

Matthew Caruana Galizia dismisses calls for pardon for Fenech

Son of slain journalist has dismissed calls for Yorgen Fenech to be given pardon.

Panamanian ex-presidents banned from travel amid corruption probes

Two former presidents of Panama, have been banned from leaving the country, as they are under investigation for money laundering in separate corruption cases.

Rule of law prejudiced when corruption becomes a way of life...

"Drastic reforms are required if the country’s standing, trust, credibility and democratic credentials are to be restored," the Ombudsman said.