Tag: Inquiry

AG refuses to publish inquiry into kickbacks from selling of passports

ason Azzopardi said that he expected the AG, Victoria Buttigieg to publish the inquiry just as a copy of the report of the Egrant inquiry was also handed to Dr Busuttil when it was concluded

Chief Justice Emeritus to lead inquiry into Mercieca’s crossing over

Chief Justice Emeritus Joseph Azzopardi will head an independent inquiry into the behaviour of junior lawyer, Charles Mercieca, who until very recently worked at the Office of the Attorney General before resigning and joining the defence team of Daphne Caruana Galizia murder suspect Yorgen Fenech.

Repubblika asks Parliament not to let Maltese down on Steward deal

Non-governmental organisation Repubblika said that as Parliament will be discussing a motion regarding "yet another secret agreement" with regards to the health sector in a few days' time, it is expecting Malta's 67 Members of Parliament to act in the Maltese's best interest, and not protect the corrupt.

Two arrested following Cospicua drug find

The operation was conducted by the Drugs Squad which was assisted by the Rapid Intervention Unit.

Ħamrun collapsed building: Two rearrested

Two of the four persons who were released on police bail, on Wednesday, in connection with the collapsed building in Ħamrun, have been rearrested. and another two are still under arrest.

Egrant report: Investigate Cini

One of the recommendations of the Egrant Report penned by Magistrate Aaron Bugeja puts the spotlight on Karl Cini of Nexia BT.

Matthew Caruana Galizia’s harrowing testimony simplified

The following is a simplified version of what Matthew Caruana Galizia said at the inquiry.

Prisoner dies; inquiry underway

A 49-year-old man from Birkirkara.

Updated: Daphne’s Inquiry: “Government must support the Board of Inquiry” –...

Agreement has been reached between the government and the Caruana Galizia Family regarding the members of the board to conduct a public inquiry into the murder of journalist Caruana Galizia as well as the terms of reference for the inquiry. The Caruana Galizia family reacted by saying that it is now up to the Maltese Government to support the Board of Inquiry. Nationalist Party leader Adrian Delia, as well as NGO Repubblika, reacted by stating that it took two years for the Government to do what it was supposed to do in the first place.

Passport scheme lands legal firm in trouble

An inquiry into the operations of the legal firm Chetcuti Cauchi Advocates has been ordered by court.