Desperately defending Pilatus
“It’s not that we want to hide the truth”,
Court orders Attorney General and police inspector to testify in case filed by Repubblika
The first hall of the Civil Court has rejected
‘The magistrate turned her guns on us’: Repubblika takes Pilatus case to Constitutional Court
Repubblika filed an application in the Constitutional Court arguing
Disgraced attorney general paid €7,000 a month for ‘transition period’
Disgraced former attorney general Peter Grech – notorious for,
Attorney General’s office asks Repubblika to bring Pilatus Bank judicial protest to a halt
The Attorney General’s office has asked Repubblika to bring
Wall of silence from government on outcome of inquiry into former fisheries director
The government, all the way up to Cabinet, has
Widespread shock after death of Attorney General’s prosecutor
Shock is being expressed across the country after 43-year-old
‘Full justice must not be denied’ – reactions to European Commission’s rule of law report on Malta
Following the publication of the European Commission’s annual rule
Insight into conclusions of Pilatus Bank inquiry as Repubblika files judicial protest
A judicial protest has been filed this morning by
L-ex Avukat Ġenerali diżonorat Peter Grech jinħatar konsulent tal-ministru tal-ġustizzja
Read the article in English here. Peter Grech kien
Disgraced former Attorney General Peter Grech hired as justice minister’s consultant
Tista’ taqra l-artiklu bil-Malti hawn. Peter Grech, the former
Fresh faces, same old hands – Ranier Fsadni
What do Victoria Buttigieg, Angelo Gafà, Miriam Dalli and
NGO Repubblika calls out PN’s home affairs spokesperson, former Pilatus Bank lawyer, Joe Giglio
Following a public appearance in which the Nationalist Party’s
European law enforcement steps in when Malta’s institutions fail to act
The list of cases where European law enforcement authorities
Evviva l-impunità
Read this article in English here. Fid-29 ta’ Ġunju
Impunity rules
Tista’ taqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti hawn. On 29 June
Press freedom watchdog flags concern over safety of Daphne Caruana Galizia’s sources
European press freedom watchdog Mapping Media Freedom (MAPMF) has
Magistrate Joe Mifsud’s ruling on Cittadella ditch damages thrown out
A blunder by Magistrate Joe Mifsud will lead to
Solving crimes, the Maltese way
Victoria Buttigieg and Angelo Gafa have some explaining to
Another AG lawyer jumps ship to help defence team in case filed by his former office
Updated to include comments from Matthew Xuereb. Matthew Xuereb,
No bank monitoring orders between 2015 and 2018 – Council of Europe report
The authorities in Malta are failing to regularly use
Attorney General silent on failure to appeal ruling on Robert Agius (Tal-Maksar)
Attorney General Victoria Buttigieg has persistently ignored questions on
AG’s presence on committee set to investigate Yorgen Fenech’s lawyers is in breach of law
Attorney General (AG) Victoria Buttigieg sits on the body
Former Attorney General defends inaction on major political scandals
Former Attorney General Peter Grech defended his decision to
Former European Court Judge Giovanni Bonello slams the Attorney General’s track record
Former judge at the European Court of Human Rights
‘Move to freeze Schembri’s assets underlines importance of public inquiry’
The Council of Europe Special Rapporteur Pieter Omtzigt has
EXCLUSIVE: Chamber of Advocates ‘perplexed’ by appointment of Victoria Buttigieg as Attorney General
The Chamber of Advocates is “perplexed” at the appointment
Special rapporteur urges AG to take ‘effective action’ on inquiries
Council of Europe Special Rapporteur Pieter Omtzigt has urged
New Attorney General inspires little confidence in legal circles
The nomination of Victoria Buttigieg for the post of

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