Day: October 5, 2018

Prime Minister, you can’t be neutral in a lawsuit against your government

Prime Minister, you can’t be neutral in a lawsuit against your government

The prime minister does not work for a different government than Owen Bonnici. So he can’t be neutral in a court case between a private citizen – me – and his Minister for Culture. His comments to the press today saying it was for the courts to determine whether a protest in front of the …

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Constitutional Appeal Court confirms government breached fundamental human rights of Caruana Galizia family

Constitutional Appeal Court confirms government breached fundamental human rights of Caruana Galizia family

The Constitutional Appeal Court has confirmed a lower court’s decision that the fact that Silvio Valletta led the investigation into the assassination of Daphne Caruana Galizia was in breach of the European Convention on Human Rights. It also confirmed the lower court’s order that Silvio Valletta must be excluded from the rest of the investigations. …

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Eddie Aquilina: Owen Bonnici’s ministry

Eddie Aquilina: Owen Bonnici’s ministry

From Eddie Aquilina’s article in this morning’s Times of Malta: “Surely Bonnici knows that the first minister to resign in Slovakia when Jan Kuciak was killed was the culture minister. There was no suggestion he had anything to do with the assassination. But, that minister had said, it is the duty of the Minister for …

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