Tag: Ombudsman

Education Commissioner Caruana Carabez passes away

Mr Caruana Carabez was appointed as Commissioner for Education on 1 September 2017.

MFSA improves communication with shuttered bank’s concerned depositors

A complaint with the Ombudsman led the Malta Financial Services Authority to change a policy which meant that account holders of banks whose banking licence was withdrawn were being kept in the dark about what was happening.

Data protection concerns should not block investigations, Ombudsman insists

Data protection concerns should not be used as a pretext to hinder the Office of the Ombudsman’s investigations into possible maladministration or rights violations by authorities, the Ombudsman has maintained.

Woman unjustly excluded from Air Malta internal call

Air Malta was found to have unjustly denied one of its employees the opportunity to apply for an internal call on the basis that the section she worked in was set to be hived off in the future.

Prisoner denied parole; No maladministration, says Ombudsman

A prisoner detained at the Corradino Correctional Facility, CCF, serving a sentence for a serious offence, felt aggrieved by the refusal of the Parole Board to allow him out on parole even though he was entitled to this benefit but the Office of the Ombudsman stated that the parole board was perfectly justified to revoke his parole licence.

Speaker to move for periodic debate on Ombudsman’s reports

Mr Speaker confirmed to Newsbook.com.mt that he is minded to place before the House Business Committee a proposal for a periodic debate on the...

Police Force breaking the law and other cases – Ombudsman

The Ombudsman's plaintive complaint that none of the office's referrals have been actively considered by parliament has led that office to believe that '...the final...