Owen Bonnici: the realisation of a metaphorical waste of space

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2020-04-01T13:32:46+02:00Wed, 1st Apr '20, 13:31|

Stay home. Don’t make unnecessary trips. Don’t stretch the national health service by having meetings you can have from home. That applies to everyone, except Owen Bonnici apparently, who has been throwing himself at every photo opportunity imaginable like his life depended on it. Today he dragged the education ministry’s permanent secretary (not too terribly [...]

Leaked voter data was ‘controlled’ by firm advising parliamentary secretary

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2020-04-01T13:17:53+02:00Wed, 1st Apr '20, 13:17|

A major data leak uncovered by an online data monitor leaked the names, addresses and telephone numbers of 340,000 Maltese voters. The secretary of the company responsible for the data leak C-Planet IT Solutions is Joseph Zrinzo, a close relative of parliamentary secretary Stefan Zrinzo Azzopardi. Stefan Zrinzo Azzopardi’s law firm SZA Advocates is promoted [...]

Repubblika: Our campaign for judicial independence is starting to pay off

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2020-04-01T11:11:49+02:00Wed, 1st Apr '20, 11:11|

Statement by Repubblika Repubblika expresses its sincere best wishes to Judge Mark Chetcuti that has been nominated to the post of chief justice and president of Malta’s court following an agreement between the government and the parliamentary opposition. Judge Mark Chetcuti heard Repubblika’s arguments on judicial independence. We argued that judges should not be appointed [...]