Tag: Parliament

Jason Azzopardi found prima facie in breach of privilege over ‘corrupt...

Speaker Anġlu Farrugia found opposition MP Jason Azzopardi prima facie guilty of breach of parliamentary privilege when he described fellow MP Chris Cardona as a “corrupt liar” earlier this month.

PM accepts Justyne Caruana’s resignation

Prime Minister Robert Abela confirmed the resignation of Justyne Caruana who was occupying the role of Minister for Gozo.

Giglio disagrees with co-option proposal for Busuttil’s seat

Lawyer Joe Giglio said on Facebook that he does not agree that he or someone else should take up MP Simon Busuttil’s seat in Parliament through a co-option.

Watch: “Opposition and President are fulfilling their duties, now it’s up...

According to Delia, it now lies with Partit Laburista MPs to take action and remove Muscat from office. He added that the government MPs were duty bound to do so by the Constitution.

Jean Claude Micallef elected to parliament

TV host Jean-Claude Micallef has been elected as Labour MP, replacing Commissioner Helena Dalli on the third district.

Four hopefuls for Dalli’s parliamentary seat

Four hopefuls for Dalli's vacated parliamentary seat

Parliament betrayed the people – Legal expert

Prof Kevin Aquilina, former Dean of the Faculty of Laws, described the current situation as an “unprecedented constitutional crisis.”

Live Blog: ‘Daphne debate’ targets mainly achievements by government and attacks...

Government benches are busy this morning in parliament

Angry scenes outside Parliament as PM, Ministers heckled as they exit

While the Prime Minister was making a reminiscen