Tag: Pieter Omtzigt
The Council of Europe’s rapporteur on the assassination of Daphne Caruana Galizia and the rule of law in Malta, Pieter Omtzigt, has castigated Prime Minister Robert Abela for his approach to the terms of reference of the Daphne inquiry, insisting that the PM had no right to determine when the inquiry board should bring its work to a close.
He expects that Buttigieg will now take immediate and effective action on the 2018 Egrant report.
Dutch MP Pieter Omtzigt, the Council of Europe’s rapporteur on the assassination of Daphne Caruana Galizia and the rule of law, has appealed to Prime Minister Robert Abela not to impose a deadline on the public inquiry looking into the inquiry.
Dutch MP Pieter Omtzigt, the Council of Europe’s rapporteur on the assassination of Daphne Caruana Galizia and the rule of law in Malta, welcomed the Venice Commission’s opinion on the government’s proposed reforms but expressed his concern at recent revelations about Maltese police and the criminal justice system.
In his letter to Attorney General Peter Grech, the Dutch MP referred to the 'disturbing event', and voiced his concern that the timing of the sequence of events which indicate that Mercieca was in contact with Mr Fenech and/or his legal team while he was still working at the Office of the Attorney General.
In a statement issued today, he said that when he visited Malta in February, he was encouraged to hear from the government that an extensive package of reform proposals was almost ready for publication and would be presented to the Venice Commission for its opinion.
Taking the party to the roots did not only mean changing the party's statute, but ensuring that members are part of this process, Nationalist leader Adrian Delia explained.
The Rapporteur of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe Pieter Omtzigt has met with Prime Minister Robert Abela. During this meeting Omtzigt brought up to the discussion the Venice Commission recommendations and why the Maltese Government is taking long to implement.
Education Minister Owen Bonnici terminated all the contracts of the person who altered the Wikipedia page of Pieter Omtzigt, the Council of Europe rapporteur on Daphne Caruana Galizia’s murder.