Tag: Konrad Mizzi

Konrad Mizzi shuns public inquiry

Former mega minister, deputy leader and star candidate of the Partit Laburista in government Konrad Mizzi is refusing to give evidence in the public inquiry on the murder of Daphne Caruana Galizia

Konrad Mizzi still being questioned by Police

For now it is unclear over what Konrad Mizzi has been arrested for.

Malta Chamber disappointed with deal given to sacked Air Malta pilots

69 pilots sacked by Air Malta in summer have been offered a public sector job at the equivalent take-home pay of 2018.

Don’t just blame Yorgen Fenech

Many had suspected for a very long time that the Electrogas deal smelled of corruption.

Repubblika requests Justice Commission to consider steps against Judge Grixti

Rule of Law NGO Repubblika has asked the Commission for the Administration of Justice to consider whether proceedings against Mr Justice Giovanni Grixti are in order in relation to decisions taken over the privatisation of the Maltese hospitals.

Government insists Mizzi alone politically responsible for Vitals deal

The government appears to consider the removal of disgraced former minister Konrad Mizzi to be a sufficient remedy for the findings of a damning National Audit Office report looking into the Vitals hospitals concession.

Vitals deal received Cabinet backing, Mizzi recalls

In the wake of a damning report by the National Audit Office which found evidence of collusion between the government and Vitals ahead of the company being granted a concession on three public hospitals, then-Health Minister Konrad Mizzi insisted that Cabinet was collectively responsible for that deal.

Konrad Mizzi says will remain in parliament and pledges loyalty to...

In his letter to the Speaker Konrad Mizzi wrote that his aim is to contribute towards Malta's economic development and to represent in parliament the voice of his constituents.

Labour’s delay in removing Mizzi cost Malta millions – Delia

The Labour Party’s failure to act against Konrad Mizzi in a timely manner has cost Malta millions through the various tainted deals he was involved in, according to Nationalist Party leader Adrian Delia.

Daphne ‘would still be alive’ if Konrad was removed 4 years...

Many – including her own family – are suggesting that Daphne Caruana Galizia would still be alive had the Labour Party acted to expel disgraced former minister Konrad Mizzi four years ago, instead of this week.