Tag: Joseph Muscat

Making it count

On this the third anniversary of the murder of one of our colleagues, Daphne Caruana Galizia, one cannot help musing: was it worth it?

Casual election to elect Muscat’s replacement as MP

The casual election will be held on 14 October if candidates submit their nominations.

I didn’t end my career as I wished to – Muscat

Muscat says he feels heartbroken

Joseph Muscat announces resignation from Parliament

Disgraced former prime minister Joseph Muscat has announced his resignation from Parliament, bringing to a close a 12-year stint in Parliament.

“Justice is served in court, not by leaving office” – Repubblika

"Disgusted with the Abela’s statement that Muscat had paid for his actions"

“The Italian UIF does not carry out such investigations” – Muscat

Muscat stated that Kenneth Rijock, is a convicted felon and fraudster

Ex-PM denies being investigated by Italy’s FIU

Ex-Prime Minister Joseph Muscat is denying allegations of being investigated by Italy.

What’s in Fenech, Muscat and Schembri’s WhatsApp chats?

The contents of a WhatsApp group chat involving former prime minister Joseph Muscat, his chief of staff Keith Schembri and Yorgen Fenech are likely to be made public this month or the next, when Europol officers testify on the wealth of data mined from Fenech’s mobile phone.

Watch: “No investigations on Muscat yet,” PM maintains

There is no indication that former prime minister Joseph Muscat was presently the subject of police investigations or of legal proceedings, according to his successor Robert Abela.

Interrogation under caution ‘standard practice,’ Muscat insists

Former prime minister Joseph Muscat once more denied that he was being investigated by the police over the assassination of Daphne Caruana Galizia, in reaction to the latest revelations in proceedings against Yorgen Fenech.