Tag: Jason Azzopardi

Court rules in favour of Azzopardi for stating that Fenech is...

Jason Azzopardi was not wrong in saying that he believed that Yorgen Fenech was guilty of complicity

PN’s Ethics Commission recommends reprimand for Azzopardi

The Nationalist Party's (PN) Ethics Commission has unanimously agreed to recommend to the Administrative Council to reprimand Jason Azzopardi, making it clear that acceptance of any form of gifts in beach of the Code of Ethics and rules of transparency and disclosure will not be tolerated.

“I apologise for not acting differently” – Jason Azzopardi

MP Jason Azzopardi in a post on his Facebook page thanked the Commissioner for Standards in Public Life for his speedy decision and apologised for not paying himself for a three day stay at the Hilton in Tel Aviv in 2017.

Returning a favour with a gift is not a justification –...

The Commissioner for Standards said that he is making this observation independently from whether the gift received by Dr Azzopardi was reciprocated by him or not.

Parliament approves constitutional amendment raising retirement age of judiciary

Judges and magistrates may choose to retire at 68 instead of the present mandatory age of 65 on the strength of a new proposed amendment to the Constitution that was unanimously approved in Parliament in its second reading on Monday evening.

Watch: Is Jason Azzopardi aligned with PN or civil society?

The MP is asked on his apparent close ties to civil society organisations on Andrew Azzopardi on 103

Watch: Il-Koħħu mentioned minister in connection with very serious crime –...

Nationalist Party MP Jason Azzopardi, a lawyer to the family of Daphne Caruana Galizia, insisted that a sitting member of Robert Abela’s cabinet was mentioned by Vincent Muscat “il-Koħħu” in connection to a very serious crime that preceded the murder of the blogger and journalist.

Bars advertising as restaurants to avoid curfew – sources

Bars and clubs may now be constrained to close at 11pm in a bid to contain the spread of Covid-19, but it seems that a number have found a way to get around this regulation: presenting themselves as restaurants.

Court testimony through video conferencing to be introduced

It will soon be possible to attend Court sittings through live video-conferencing in some circumstances, with Parliament unanimously approving a bill to this effect in its second reading on Wednesday.

Delia challenges Azzopardi to resign if no inappropriate links with Fenech...

Delia was interviewed on a Xarabank Special by Peppi Azzopardi after he lost the Partit Nazzjonalista leadership race.