Tag: Keith Schembri

Yorgen Fenech: political contortionists in a paradise island

The current political situation in Malta reminds me of a particular Caribbean dance, the Limbo.

Watch: ‘Not privy to the communication between Muscat and Schembri’ –...

Prime Minister Abela said that he would not know what the pair would have discussed then. He added that Muscat took the wrong decisions at the time, explaining that both disgraced then-minister Konrad Mizzi and Schembri should have been removed the moment their names surfaced in the Panama Papers.

“Abdilla’s removal clears path for prosecution of Mizzi, Schembri, Fenech”

The removal of Assistant Police Commissioner Ian Abdilla as head of the Economic Crimes Unit has cleared the path for the police to investigating financial crime and bring charges against disgraced former minister Konrad Mizzi, former OPM Chief of Staff Keith Schembri and murder suspect Yorgen Fenech, among many others, the Daphne Caruana Galizia Foundation said on Tuesday evening.

“There were times I saw Yorgen Fenech at Castille”- Schembri’s ex...

The public inquiry into the murder of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia continues this afternoon.

Watch: Keith Schembri is now travelling to the UK

The ex-chief of Staff to Joseph Muscat was checking -in at the Malta International Airport (MIA).

Schembri, Gafa and OPM ex-worker in Tunisia – report

Keith Schembri, Neville Gafa and a person who used to work with OPM are in Tunisia according to a report. The reason for the visit is yet to be known.

Delia asks Abela to explain Schembri’s presence on Signal

PN leader Adrian Delia has asked Malta’s newly elected PM Robert Abela to explain why Muscat’s ex-Chief of Staff Keith Schembri’s mobile appeared active on the app Signal. Schembri told investigators he allegedly lost his phone.

Schembri returns his diplomatic passport – Govt

The Government of Malta has declared that disgraced Chief of Staff Keith Schembri has returned his diplomatic passport.

Top 10 most read stories of 2019

In just a few hours the curtain closes on the year 2019. A year dominated by the the various developments in the political scene of the country: starting from resignations, to investigations, to developments in the assassination of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia.

Egrant: I don’t like keeping financial assets in Malta – Schembri

He said this while testifying to Magistrate Aaron Bugeja on the Egrant case.