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Gratis openbaar vervoer, een utopie? Deze steden en landen doen het al - De Morgen
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Bbp per inwoner in Nederland nog altijd relatief hoog binnen de EU - Centraal Bureau voor de Statistiek
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Malta weigert als eerste EU-land niet-gevaccineerden - Telegraaf.nl
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Gebruikte Malta belastinggeld voor bookmakers en sociale media? - songfestival.be
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Malta vanaf 1 juni weer open voor internationale toeristen - TravelPro
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Nederlander krijgt op Malta 30 jaar cel voor moord op ex-vriendin - AD.nl
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Vader van op Malta vermoorde Nederlandse na bekentenis ex-vriend: 'Hij is meer dan een monster' - AD.nl
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Bijna twee jaar na horrorongeluk kan Leon de Kogel (28) weer zonder krukken lopen: 'Keihard voor gewerkt' - AD.nl
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Misdragend Malta: 'de zwakste schakel van Europa' - NPO Radio 1
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Hoe duizenden vluchtelingen op het kleine Malta overleven - Oneworld
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Jaaroverzicht 2018: Opera Spanga gaat naar Malta - Stellingwerf
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Malta: het nieuwe Zwitserland voor cryptocurrency? - Manners
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The Smashing Pumpkins delen Knights Of Malta (nieuws) - Oor
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Bevolkingsgroei Nederland en EU vooral door migratie - Centraal Bureau voor de Statistiek
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Malta wil van onderzoeker Pieter Omtzigt af - Leeuwarder Courant
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Transport Online - 'Nederlandse vrouw gedood op Malta' - Transport Online
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Malta wijkt geen millimeter: contact LF2018 blijft bevroren - Leeuwarder Courant
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Thu, 12 Jul 2018 07:00:00 GMT
O, o Den Haag: 'Malta is echt niet doof voor kritiek' - Leeuwarder Courant
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Piet Hein Bakkenes heeft zijn eerste internationale zege behaald • Golf.nl - GOLF.NL
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Op Malta mag je al stemmen als je 16 bent - Trouw
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ESC 2018 – Malta – Christabelle Borg – Taboo – Songfestival.be - songfestival.be
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De tempels op Malta zijn veel ouder dan welk bouwwerk in Europa ook, denkt onderzoeker Lenie Reedijk - Trouw
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Per 1 juni nieuwe snelle ferry tussen Valletta en Gozo - TravelPro
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Bezoek Mooi Malta met deze tips van reisjournalist Harmke - Verkeersbureaus.info
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Excuses Huub Mous aan Tjeerd van Bekkum voor waterpistool - Omrop Fryslan
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Leeuwarden bevriest contact met culturele zusterhoofdstad Valletta - Volkskrant
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Thu, 26 Apr 2018 07:00:00 GMT
Culturele Hoofdstad waagt zich niet aan protest na moord Malta - Leeuwarder Courant
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Sun, 15 Apr 2018 07:00:00 GMT
Cultureel jaar 2018 begonnen in Valletta op Malta - Omrop Fryslan
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Sun, 21 Jan 2018 08:00:00 GMT
Utrecht speelt tegen Valletta in speciaal tenue - Sportnieuws.nl
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VIDEO: Malta in de ban van Culturele Hoofdstad - Omrop Fryslan
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| Malta: Malta Independent.com.mt : (Laatste update: dinsdag 19 oktober 2021 22:01:18)
Robert Abela promises a ‘new prosperity’: ‘While people are left behind, we will not stop fighting’
Prime Minister Robert Abela promised a “new prosperity” for Malta, and pledged not to stop fighting while people remain left behind.
Speaking in Parliament during his own Budget-replica, Abela ran through many of the main proposals announced by Finance Minister Clyde Caruana last week in the Budget speech and fired numerous broadsides against the Opposition throughout his two-hour speech.
Most government MPs again chose to flaunt Parliamentary regulations which recommend the wearing of face-masks while Parliament is in session.
During his speech, Abela said that the budget was built upon the fact that Malta was able to come out strongly from the pandemic. He said that not everything had been promised – it would have been irresponsible to promise everything: “I prefer to leave irresponsibility to others,” he said in a veiled jab at the PN’s raft of measures announced.
The question now, he said, is how to be better next year than this year – even when this year saw the highest ever level of social security investment in the budget that this country has ever seen.
He said that the level of social security investment is double that which the PN invested in the same sector when they were last in government, as will the level of investment in the environment.
“They chose austerity when they were last in Cabinet. They chose to increase the weight on everyone’s shoulders… and they chose to increase their salaries!” Abela said of the PN.
Abela said this budget is the basis of a new prosperity which will provide the building blocks for the future of the country.
The Prime Minister harked back onto the government’s achievements in the vaccination programme, noting that the PN had said that Malta would only get 40,000 vaccine doses but that the country had now administered 835,000 doses and that while the PN said that Malta wouldn’t get a vaccine dose before April, the government had started vaccinating people five months prior.
“They think that everyone works with their own mediocrity and lack of ambition,” he said before noting that in the last pandemic – that of Swine Flu – the PN hadn’t even managed to get vaccine doses for Malta and had to beg the Dutch for their leftovers.
He lambasted his counterpart Bernard Grech’s criticism of “over-spending”, saying that he was not surprised of Grech’s criticism, considering that the PN leader had called the economic measures which saved thousands of jobs during the Covid-19 pandemic “over-spending.”
Abela said that the PN had criticised the fact that the deficit had gone higher than projected.
“Half of that was after spending on public health. Would it have made sense that in the middle of a global health crisis to get cheap with people’s health? That’s what you’d have done – like you did in the past. We will continue to invest,” Abela said.
He criticised Grech’s “insensitivity” in calling Health Minister Chris Fearne “impotent” during his speech yesterday. “But we’re used to their arrogance and insolence now,” Abela said of the PN.
Noting that the Budget had increased the number of medicines which were available for free, and questioned which of those medicines the PN would have removed from the formulary to cover for the government’s apparent “over-spending.”
Turning to the environment, Abela admitted that the environment had been pushed to the side – perhaps in favour of economic growth – in recent years.
He sifted through the measures pertaining to properties in Urban Conservation Areas announced by Finance Minister Clyde Caruana in his Budget speech, and said that he would open the tax incentives which were set out for UCA properties to all properties and not limit them to those which had been vacant for 7 years.
It’s a point which was contested from the other side of the house. “Don’t go red, come on,” Abela said, chiding his political counterpart. “Your problem is that you didn’t read the budget, and you read only what they told you to say,” he continued.
He reiterated what was the government’s keynote environmental measure; the planting of over 50,000 trees in Inwadar for the creation of a new national park the size of Buskett.
Abela continued by saying that the PN has no credentials on the environment, mentioning the infamous 2006 rationalisation exercise as an example.
“The person closest to you… back then he was George Pullicino’s right-hand man, and now he is yours. With a stroke of a pen – and one which we can discuss in peace and quiet to understand the motives of how it was done – ODZ land the size of Siggiewi was made developable, and are today apartment blocks,” he said as an example of how the PN lacks environmental credibility.
Speaking about the proposal for a metro – which was announced before the Budget – Abela said that a discussion had started on the country’s transportation future, and on concepts such as land reclamation – something he said that he believes has to happen “today before tomorrow.”
Abela was here heckled with remarks about the government’s debts, to which he responded: “If you want to talk about debt, we can speak about the €4 million owed to ARMS by the PN”, citing the PN’s well-documented financial troubles.
Abela admitted that they may have been over-confident at times with economic measures, but noted that he did not want the country to revert back to the situation it was in in 2013.
Turning to the PN’s criticism that Gozo had been forgotten in the Budget, Abela said that Gozo is at the “heart of every decision we take – not like you, where you’d leave it to the last chapter of the Budget. Gozo is there at the beginning and end of every decision we take,” he said.
“We have already said that Gozo is going to be the pioneer for the major changes we want to make – it will be the digital heart and environmental heart of our country”, Abela said, noting that Gozo had been given a record allocation of funds – the biggest increase out of any sector.
“Your immediate reaction to the Budget was to put up a billboard to say that the country was in the biggest recession in history,” Abela began.
“So, if you’re right, how do you explain that in your time – when the economy was supposedly better – you didn’t do anything besides increasing electricity bills, fuel prices, and increasing the country’s deficit and national debt?”, he questioned, to hearty table-banging from his colleagues.
“So the natural conclusion is that you’re either not saying the truth in saying that this is the biggest recession ever, or that you were completely incompetent in leading this country… and quite frankly I think that both are true,” Abela said.
He said that the reality around Malta is that the cost of living is increasing. In one neighbouring country, he said, electricity bills are set to rise by 30%. And yet, the government had chosen not to increase any bills or taxes.
The PN would – like it had done in the past – have increased the prices like everyone else is around the world, Abela said.
Now, Malta has the lowest electricity bills in the Eurozone, Abela said, quoting Eurostat, despite the Opposition saying that the country is following a failed system on this sector.
It’s the same story for fuel, according to Abela, as he went on to elaborate at how fuel prices had gone up everywhere besides Malta.
“Had they been governing, they’d have chosen the easiest road: increasing the prices for everyone,” he said of the PN, using the opportunity to say that not only was the government not increasing fuel prices, but it was making public transport free for everyone.
Abela said he believed that the government had done everything possible for the benefit of the people, noting that they had spent €70 million a month on the wage supplement – money which other countries had also spent but which they were now asking to be repaid.
Instead, the Labour government had given the country another budget without tax increases, Abela said before adding that they had even created new schemes so that businesses are encouraging to invest.
Furthermore, he said, Malta now has the lowest unemployment rate in its history.
Abela said that upskilling and digitisation are now key areas which need to be worked on in order for the country to achieve greatness, which is why the government had invested in education, apprenticeships and in students in the Budget.
Turning to the raft of social measures introduced in the Budget, Abela said that the government will not rest on its laurels.
“While there is one person who needs help, we will keep fighting. We have made mistakes like everyone else have, but we have never left anyone to fend for himself,” he said.
Abela said that he wanted to see a Malta which is just from every aspect, where everyone has the opportunity to move forward.
“You will always find those who tell you that you will move forward depending on who you know, not what you know. That’s it’s a cultural thing in the Mediterranean. I disagree,” he said, before advocating for a sense of fairness to be one of the core principles for the country.
He said that the country’s institutions are ready to rise to the occasion, and that in less than two years a “revolution” had been undertaken in good governance.
Despite the Opposition’s scaremongering about the country losing investment, Abela said that this had not been the case.
Moving onto the matter of the country’s FATF grey-listing, Abela said that he would not be drawn into making “infantile and irresponsible declarations” such as saying that Malta would emerge from the grey-list in 90 days, as the PN had promised.
He said, after chastising the Opposition for “ridiculing” the issue with its comments in the House, that licenses had been given to 12 iGaming and 15 financial services companies since the country’s grey-listing.
Coming to a conclusion, Abela said that he would look to fiscal morality – a subject he said would be an uncomfortable listen for PN leader Grech, a reference to his well-documented issues with the taxman in the run-up to his election as Nationalist leader last year.
While promising that there would be no “witch-hunts”, Abela said that Grech – whom he described as a “serial tax evader” – had no authority to speak about this subject.
With time not on his side as his speech came to an end, Abela ran through a number of other measures, while also mentioning the country’s Recovery and Resilience plan, which he said that Ursula von der Leyen described as one of the “greenest plans we have”.
Abela said that he wanted to leave a country which was fairer than what he found, something which had to be done together. He said that the country has challenges which could either create a ton of new opportunities, or could result in the collapse of the country’s good work.
“Since what we mentioned today is wasted money for the PN today, nothing can be taken for granted. The choice of whether this Budget is carried out or not is in the hands of the people,” Abela said referring to the upcoming general election, whenever it may be in the coming months.
He called on people to come forward and offer what they could to the country.
“With us you know where we are. With this Budget we showed who we care about,” he said as he again trumped up the Budget measures, saying that Malta can be an example of dynamicism, justice, and sustainability.Photo: Miguela Xuereb
Tue, 19 Oct 2021 20:38:00 +0100
‘EY’s survey proves the PN right: our country cannot take its corporate tax for granted’ – Debono
EY’s most recent yearly survey published today on Malta’s attractiveness to direct foreign investment proves the Nationalist Party in opposition right in that Malta “cannot take the corporate tax that it benefits from for granted,” stated PN MP Kristy Debono on Tuesday.
Speaking during a press conference, she said that this years’ survey by EY is a “damning condemnation without precedence” which highlights how “Malta’s economy cannot grow unless we invest in new economic industries and if we do not invest in our human resources.”
She added that the PN’s skill gap concern has also been shown as a top priority in the survey’s report.
Asked about the global minimum corporate tax rate proposed by the OECD, PN MP Mario De Marco, also present during the conference said that this “will obviously reduce the element of the concept of fiscal sovereignty” and that this is why he believes Malta needs to become more attractive to foreign investments without relying on its fiscal system.
“We need to be conscious and realistic to what is happening around us,” he said.
Both Debono and De Marco remarked that it is the government’s fault that Malta has received this low level trust rating of 37% − mainly due to being put on the FATF grey list − and that therefore the country’s reputation cannot be brought back under a labour government.
Debono noted how in 2012, during the PN’s last year in government, almost 90% of the foreign companies that work in Malta viewed Malta as an attractive country to invest economic activity in and that thanks to the labour government, the PN’s reputation and good governance had gone down the drain.
De Marco said that the PN is still waiting on the government to reveal the “full reasons” why Malta was grey listed as well as the government’s action plan.
He stated that “if the PN hadn’t invested in new economic niches, Malta would not be able to recover from the pandemic’s recession.”
Tue, 19 Oct 2021 18:22:00 +0100
Konrad Mizzi has finally agreed to appear before the Public Accounts Committee
Independent MP Konrad Mizzi has finally agreed to appear before the Public Accounts Committee to respond to questions about his role in the controversial Electrogas power station project.
Mizzi has twice refused to attend. Earlier on Tuesday, the PN MPs on the committee filed a motion asking Parliament for a vote to be held ordering Mizzi to appear, ahead of the Parliamentary session that would see the Prime Minister speak about the budget.
In response, Mizzi issued a statement on Facebook. "Today, a few hours before the Prime Minister's Parliamentary discourse about the budget, the Nationalist Party filed a motion so that I would attend a Public Accounts Committee meeting. This motion is nothing but an attempt to deviate attention from the Prime Minister about the 2022 Budget. While in the past weeks I chose not to attend, according to the rights granted by the committee guidelines, today, in order not to let the nationalists disrupt the government's work and the Prime Minister's speech, I decided to attend the committee."
PN MPs had been arguing that Mizzi's refusal to attend had been an insult to Parliament.
Tue, 19 Oct 2021 17:03:00 +0100
Malta vows better journalist protections, reforms
The Maltese government on Tuesday responded to a critical European human rights evaluation by vowing to soon propose new legislation to better protect journalists in the wake of the 2017 assassination of investigative reporter Daphne Caruana Galizia.
The government said it was consulting with national and international organizations about possible reforms and would present proposed legislation to parliament "in the near future."
The government was responding to a preliminary report from the Council of Europe's human rights commissioner, Dunja Mijatović, who made a host of recommendations to better protect the rights of women, journalists and migrants after a recent visit to the Mediterranean island nation.
Mijatovic called for the government to implement as "a top priority" the recommendations of a public inquiry which found that the Maltese state "has to bear responsibility" for Caruana Galizia's murder because of the culture of impunity that emanated from the highest levels of government.
The government hasn't identified which of the inquiry's recommendation it plans to implement. But among other things, the inquiry called for a formal police unit to identify which people, not just journalists, could be exposed to serious attacks that could escalate to physical violence. The unit would serve as immediate point of contact for journalists so they could feel safe and protected while doing their jobs.
Caruana Galizia was killed on Oct. 16, 2017 when a powerful car bomb exploded as she was driving near her home. She had been trying to unearth links between financial dealings indicated by the leaked Panama Papers documents and prominent political and business figures on the small European Union nation, as well as working on other investigative stories.
Mijatovic has noted that Caruana Galizia had been facing 40 criminal and civil defamation lawsuits at the time of her death, and has called for Maltese authorities to take measures to address the use of such malicious lawsuits, known as SLAPP suits, to silence and intimidate the media.
The government said it will be implementing anti-SLAPP measures.
Caruana Galizia's murder sparked international outrage and prompted the European Parliament to send a fact-finding mission to Malta. The country had separately been in the spotlight following the Panama revelations, as two high-ranking government officials at the time were found to have acquired two companies in Panama.
In her preliminary report, Mijatovic also called for Malta to decriminalize abortion, ensure reproductive health care and gender equity for women.
The government in its response Tuesday noted that it doesn't have any mandate to change Malta's abortion laws but that the prime minister has called for continued debate on the decriminalizing the procedure.
Tue, 19 Oct 2021 16:39:00 +0100
‘Konrad Mizzi created a precedent by not attending the PAC’ - Beppe Fenech Adami
The Nationalist Party has put forward a motion to get Labour MP Konrad Mizzi to appear before the Public Accounts Committee in accordance to the Erskine May guidelines on parliamentary procedure.
On Tuesday, PN MPs Beppe Fenech Adami, Karol Aquilina and Ryan Callus presented the motion to parliament in order for it to be placed on the agenda for the plenary session, where a vote by all the MP's would determine if the House is going to order Konrad Mizzi attend the PAC meeting on the Electrogas project.
Mizzi has been summoned by the PAC on two occasions, the first time was right after the parliamentary summer break on the 6 October where only a couple of hours before the committee was set to convene, Mizzi announced that he would not be attending. The second time was on 13 October.
Although Mizzi was not breaking any laws since the guidelines state that attending the PAC is not mandatory, the PN MPs argue that given the subject, Mizzi "was not just any witness to the Electrogas deal, but he orchestrated the project and is the main man responsible," Fenech Adami said.
"His actions do no good for the reputation of parliament and all the MP's within it. Konrad Mizzi is responsible for the project which is costing us millions every year and it is not acceptable for him to hide behind guidelines and not atone for his mistakes."
Over the previous years, numerous ministers, ex-ministers and ex-prime ministers were called in front of a PAC committee, such as Austin Gatt, Lawrence Gonzi and Jason Azzopardi. Fenech Adami said that "Mizzi's actions are unprecedented and after extensive research we have decided to present this motion in Parliament."
"The ball is now in the hands of the government" Fenech Adami said. "If the government does not grasp the opportunity to act against corruption, Robert Abela would be defending corrupt individuals."
"Now is the time for the government and Robert Abela to walk the talk. Tomorrow we have a PAC session and it is imperative that Mizzi answers the questions he is presented with. Being the Minister responsible for this project at the time, only he knows the answers to the questions that the people have for him."
Aquilina said that "this is the procedure needed for justice to be served. After refusing to appear twice we have to put our foot down."
Aquilina then explained how the Erskine May procedure allows this to happen. Through the motion they presented in Parliament, Prime Minister Robert Abela has the decision in his hands.
If presented, a vote would be taken and the majority of the decision would be enacted. Aquilina said that since there is a PAC meeting tomorrow, a vote of confidence against corruption by the Labour government is what's needed.
Callus said that "it is within everyone's interest for Konrad Mizzi to appear in front of the PAC. This is because you, the people, are paying heavily for his corrupt dealings through your water and electricity bills."
A PN led government pledges to buy from the cheapest energy source, unlike what Mizzi has done, Callus said. "In the period of only a year and a half, the Electrogas deal cost us €10 million because we did not buy from the cheapest source. This means an increase of €60 on each electricity bill."
"The €40 million tax rebate given to Electrogas through a unilateral decision by Konrad Mizzi in his capacity as Minister at the time has cost everyone receiving an electricity bill around €230 extra. The opposition's standpoint on this is that it has to be paid back, because that is money owed to the state."
"Konrad Mizzi has led for the gas contract to cost us €40 million more. This €40 million is worse than the other because it is a recurring payment unlike the one time tax rebate."
These €40 million are recurring payments which Malta is bound to make because of Konrad Mizzi, every time gas is bought or the Marsaxlokk tanker is filled up once again, Callus said.
Tue, 19 Oct 2021 15:54:00 +0100
Yorgen Fenech money laundering case: bank representatives testify
A procession of representatives from various banks and State institutions testified this morning before the court collecting evidence about money laundering against Yorgen Fenech, who is separately indicted for masterminding the murder of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia.
Representatives from several banks testified about accounts held by Fenech and his companies as the compilation of evidence in the money laundering case against him continued today before magistrate Donatella Frendo Dimech.
Fenech is accused of laundering and misappropriating funds belonging to a company that he owns with his uncle, Ray Fenech. Last month, the magistrate decreed that she had seen sufficient evidence to place Yorgen Fenech, who is separately accused of masterminding the 2017 murder of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia, under indictment.
Amongst the witnesses today was a BOV representative who took the stand, asking the court to allow him to testify behind closed doors. The representative explained that “every time we testify, after the testimony, we go out there and find X said this and that.”
“I cannot order the media not to publish that a bank representative took the stand,” the magistrate replied. Chetcuti clarified that the concern was about the content of his testimony. “The content is not in the interest of the media,” he said. His request for a ban was denied by the court, but the magistrate made it clear that no sensitive account details relating to private individuals are to be published.
Lawyers Charles Mercieca, Gianluca Caruana Curran and Marion Camilleri are appearing for Fenech.
Lawyers Cinzia Azzopardi Alamango and Marthese Grech from the Office of the Attorney General are prosecuting together with Police Inspector Brian Camilleri.
Tue, 19 Oct 2021 14:27:00 +0100
George Degiorgio awarded €10,000 after judge rules privacy breach by unauthorised phone taps
George Degiorgio has been awarded €10,000 in compensation after a judge ruled that his right to private and family life was breached by unauthorised phone taps.
Mr. Justice Toni Abela upheld the complaint with regards to the privacy issue, but not with regards to his complaint of breach of fair trial rights.
Degiorgio’s lawyer William Cuschieri had challenged the authorities to produce telephone intercepts that the prosecution had “bragged about” throughout the compilation of evidence.
According to Maltese law, the Malta Security Services is responsible for phone taps and it can only do so after obtaining a warrant signed by the Prime Minister or Home Affairs Minister.
Investigators were listening to Degiorgio’s phone calls eight months before Caruana Galizia was assassinated, as they suspected him of being involved in other crimes, the court heard.
The intercepts had led the police to Degiorgio, his brother Alfred Degiorgio and Vincent Muscat, as the alleged murderers.
Cuschieri had requested that the Head of the Malta Security Services, the Commissioner of Police and Inspector Keith Arnaud testify in the constitutional case.
With regards to the breach of the presumption of innocence due to prejudicial pre-trial publicity, the judge said this did not occur.
“The large part of these publications, although they could have avoided some of the ‘colour’ (“boasting”…”celebrate”…”tefa’ l-gebla fuq saqajh”), it cannot be said that they amount to a virulent publicity campaign,” said the judge, adding that neither could the continuous showing of the photo of the applicant cause prejudice.
“In a democratic society it is inevitable that there will be certain comments, even if severe, that appear in the press, prompted by public interest.”
“Crimes are what they are, but particularly homicides, more so of public persons, cannot be placed in a protective bubble. It is inevitable that they will foment heated discussions amongst the public. Should everything that appears in the press, even if severe - to be considered as breaching the principle of the presumption of innocence, we would be opening a door to the manipulation of proceedings…” said the judge, explaining that an accused person could potentially instigate a public press campaign against him, to allow him to claim a breach of his presumption of innocence.
“On the other hand, prudence and reason are to guide the press. This must not exceed the limits of decency as it could open itself up to not only libel but also to being the cause of breaches of article 6 and…8 (of the European Convention on Human Rights).”
The judge quoted comments on the topic of local and European jurisprudence about the presumption of innocence and the media made by Prof. Giuseppe Mifsud Bonnici.
“If the public is so gullible as to believe whatever is said by a public authority which is not even a judicial authority, so be it. All the media could have joined in casting the accused as guilty but this, once again, although not commendable in any way, still does not amount to a breach of the presumption of innocence, as it is presumed at least juris tantum, that an independent and impartial Court cannot be taken out of its path of dealing and conducting the trial in a fair and impartial manner.”
Mr. Justice Abela found no breach of fair trial rights in this case, but found a breach of Degiorgio’s rights to private and family life and awarded him €10,000, to be paid by the State Advocate and the Head of the Malta Security Services.
Police Commissioner Angelo Gafà, who was also targeted by the suit, was cleared with the court ruling that he had no case to answer to.
Tue, 19 Oct 2021 14:25:00 +0100
Covid-19: New cases go up to 22, number of patients in hospital on the rise
The number of new Covid-19 cases has doubled to 22 on Tuesday - there were 11 new cases on Monday - while the number of patients in hospital is also on the rise.
The health authorities said there were 21 patients who recovered, while no deaths were again recorded, leaving the number of victims at 459.
The number of active cases changes slightly to 272.
Patients with Covid-19 who are in hospital now total 13, with two in intensive care.
Malta has had 37,490 cases of the virus so far. 36,350 of those have recovered.
The authorities said 856,311 vaccination doses have been administered.
Tue, 19 Oct 2021 12:42:00 +0100
‘A progressive government which looks to the future’ - Aaron Farrugia
Environment Minister Aaron Farrugia today outlined the policies and measures that fall under his ministry for a strategic plan for the future of Malta.
Together with Parliamentary Secretary responsible for construction Chris Agius, Farrugia explained how “the budget presented last week continued to elevate the the issues related to environment on a national level. This together with a strategic plan in the long run would mean that Malta can continue at a fast rate reaching our ecological targets.”
“A progressive government which looks to the future goes beyond just discussions and studies but puts the investment where it is needed,” Farrugia said.
The Budget 2022 has allocated an increased investment over the previous years with Farrugia stating that “although the pandemic made us go through some economic hardships we are still investing heavily in these sectors.”
The sectors of green economy, climate change, waste management environmental site management, afforestation and sustainable construction are at the forefront of the governments environmental efforts with Farrugia wanting Malta to be a leader in reforms of these sectors in Europe.
“We are showing black on white that we want to give open spaces to the people with trees away from pollution even in urban areas. The people want and need green spaces which provide recreational green paces.”
Farrugia then shifted focus on two main projects which are on the government’s agenda for the coming months. These projects are the tunnel roofing project of Santa Venera and the Sant’ Anna street garden project in Furjana.
In both these cases, the studies have now taken a more serious approach. In the case of the Santa Venera project, the studies are more intensive and the financing of this project is being considered together with the possibility of a public private partnership.
With regard to the Furjana street garden project, the geological studies have been made and the studies on the impact of traffic as well as environmental studies are currently under way.
Farrugia also announced that the works on open spaces and green spaces in Zabbar, Qormi, Hamrun, and Mosta together with renovations at San Anton and other gardens would be completed by the end of next year.
Farrugia said that “this is a budget where the environmental sector is going to lead our country to make the next step in the environmental targets we have. This is the Malta we want.”
Agius then continued to explain the measures the budget proposed for sustainable construction.
“The importance of the agency responsible for buildings and construction is vital in creating regulations for the construction industry. These include the minimum requirements for construction workers as well as licenses for contractors.”
Agius also revealed that first stage on the studies of the new national building code are nearing completion and most importantly in the coming days changes in the times for excavation and demolition of buildings are going to be enacted. New requirements in the real estate agent laws means that by January 2022, all real estate agents would require a license.
Tue, 19 Oct 2021 11:42:00 +0100
Total of 24 stolen cars seized as Malta Customs intercepts another 12 hidden in containers
The Malta Customs Department seized 12 cars which were found in containers at the Malta Freeport, arriving from Canada, taking the total so far to 24.
The number of stolen cars seized now stands at 24, as 3 Lexus RX350, 2 Ford Pick-ups 450, 2 Ford Expedition SUV, 1 Mercedes G63, 1 Honda CRV, 1 Mustang, 1 Range Rover Velar, and 1 Ford 150 were found in several containers en-route to Abu Dhabi, the department said in a statement.
Police in Canada identified an organised crime group, conducted a series of raids and made several arrests following all the documented information provided by Malta, which confirmed that all cars seized were those reported as stolen. During the raids, several other stolen vehicles, key decoders, and shipping information were recovered, in addition to substantial amounts of money. It also transpired that two of the vehicles detained in Malta were stolen by violent car-jacking.
Furthermore, the investigation led the Canadian Border Service Agency to identify an additional number of containers with other stolen vehicles, prior to being shipped out of Canada. With 24 stolen vehicles secured, this morning the Canadian Authorities commended Malta Customs for this impressive operation.
The following is a list of the stolen cars seized from 14 forty-foot containers in Malta:
• 6 Lexus RX350;
• 5 Ford pick-ups F450;
• 3 Ford Expedition SUV;
• 2 Jeep Grand Cherokee SUV;
• 2 Mercedes G63
• 1 Jaguar F-pace;
• 1 Mustang;
• 1 Ford 150;
• 1 Range Rover Velar;
• 1 Jeep Rubicon; and
• 1 Honda CRV.
As with the other cases of stolen vehicles intercepted, the shipping documents did not tally with the contents, the department said.
Tue, 19 Oct 2021 11:29:00 +0100
Technical glitch forces temporary suspension of all Transport Malta services in Paola
Due to technical difficulties that the Authority has no control over, Transport Malta said that all services offered at the A3 Towers, Triq l-Arkata, Paola, are temporarily suspended.
All services are operating normally from Transport Malta offices in Triq Pantar, Ħal Lija.
Transport Malta apologised for any inconvenience caused, and is working with the contractor that accidentally caused the damages so that the services offered from the offices in Paola are restored at the earliest.
This statement shall remain in effect until further notice.
Tue, 19 Oct 2021 10:53:00 +0100
Valletta ranks fifth best European city for food lovers, has second-best vegetarian options
Valletta ranked fifth best ideal European city amongst thirty others to relish a well-priced meal along with wide-ranging options, according to a study by Uswitch earlier this month.
The study calculated the cost of a meal when eating out in the city along with the number of cafes, pubs, restaurants offered, as well as the number of places offering brunch, fast food and vegetarian food options.
Athens, Greece came in first place offering “delicious” food for an average of €16.62 per meal, having an overall score of 88.47 out of 100.
Belgrade, Serbia came in second place (83.06) owing to its highly rated pubs while Sofia, Bulgaria (79.63) ranked third, being one of the best places for fast food as well as a good selection of cafes.
Tirana, Albania came in fourth (78.76), followed by Valletta with an average cost of €23.47 per meal and 78.73 overall points.
Additionally, Valletta came in second place for vegetarian food options, preceded only by Belgrade in first place by just one point.
Valletta’s average rating was 8.84 out of 10, whilst Belgrade attained an 8.85 average rating.
Zagreb, Tirana and Athens followed suit, all with an average rating over 8.7.
Malta also ranked fourth place as one of the best European cities to brunch in, recording an 8.84 average.
Tirana in Albania was awarded first place with an 8.95 average, followed by Athens (8.88) and Zagreb (8.85).
Tue, 19 Oct 2021 10:27:00 +0100
TMID Editorial: Tourism - Looking to the future
The hospitality industry is facing problems, chief amongst which is the lack of staff.
Now some argue that this is due to the wages that the industry was offering, which could be a valid argument, however it does not solve the problem.
Surely after being closed for so long, hotels would not have the funds to increase wages to the point that they can instantly attract staff like the gaming sector can. At the same time, increasing the wages of such staff at least by a bit will, of course, not be a bad thing.
The consequences of the pandemic are there for all to see. Some hotels ended up having some rooms empty due to the staff shortage for example.
What is the way forward? Well the MHRA President believes that hotels will be able to sort themselves out over the low winter season. One hopes that is the case.
Looking at the tourism situation from a wider lens however, we need to decide on the way forward.
Years back there was talk about possibly moving towards targeting quality tourists rather than focusing on quantity. This newsroom has brought this issue up a number of times. In order to make such a leap, then a united and well thought out strategy outlining this move will need to be put in place.
In order to make tourism sustainable in all aspects, perhaps this is the road the country should take, targeting fewer, higher paying tourists, to make up for reduced numbers. That, of course, would mean improving quality all round, more targeted advertising of Malta as a destination, among other things.
If we don’t refocus, that does not mean the tourism industry won’t strive in future. In a couple of years’ time it is likely that the tourism situation would return to the old levels.
But the question is, do we want that, or do we want change? During the summer months do we have too many tourists resulting in too little space on beaches? Do we want deck chair operators to take up as much space as they do now? Is Malta too overpopulated during the summer months with the influx of the amount of tourists we used to have in the past?
Of course targeting a smaller number of tourists who pay more will have negative impacts of its own which would also need to be considered, such as the impact on more affordable hotels and the kind of entertainment the country offers.
All of this would need to be weighed and considered.
In terms of support, the covid-19 pandemic took its toll on the sector. While the government will be taking away the wage supplement, perhaps those sectors still being heavily impacted, like tourism, still need some support. The government should consider whatever aid it can give.
Tue, 19 Oct 2021 09:52:00 +0100
Updated: Malta’s attractiveness to foreign investors plummets after greylisting
Malta's attractiveness to foreign investors has plummeted after the country's grey listing by the Financial Action Task Force, a new survey run by Ernst & Young (EY) has revealed.
The findings from EY Malta's attractiveness survey - the 17th edition of an annual study conducted among existing FDI companies in Malta - were revealed today with investors providing their views on what makes Malta an attractive location to invest in or the areas for improvement.
The results indicate that attracting foreign investment now that the country has been grey-listed will prove to be a tougher task than in recent years, with the number of investors who find the country attractive from a business viewpoint down by a whopping 25% compared to last year.
In fact, more investors are finding Malta unattractive for business and or investment than there are investors finding the country attractive.
Still however, over three-fourths of the respondents still think that in the long-term, Malta is the place to be in the future - indicating perhaps that the bulk of the damage of the country's grey listing can be averted if the country gets back into the FATF's good books sooner rather than later.
The percentage of respondents viewing Malta as attractive has declined for a second year in a row. Malta is now viewed as attractive for FDI by 37% of investors, while 46% believe it is not attractive.
This is a significant decrease compared to 2020, when 62% of investors viewed Malta as attractive, and 25% believe that the country was not attractive.
This year's Malta Attractiveness Survey was carried out just after the country was put on the FATF grey list of jurisdictions under increased monitoring and many respondents highlighted this as a major concern.
Respondents provided insight into how Malta can increase its attractiveness for FDI, with many mentioning reputation, governance, improving the skills base and tackling the grey listing as priorities. Positives for Malta as an FDI destination continue to include an attractive corporate tax regime, an English-speaking workforce and competitive labour costs.
The clearest impact of the grey listing, according to respondents, will be on Malta's ability to be seen as a reputable destination to conduct business (84%). This is followed by the ease of doing business in Malta for their companies (55%) and their future investment decisions (42%).
Notwithstanding the challenges, 77% of companies still believe their long-term future is in Malta, although there is a slight increase in "no" responses. The last two years have seen only a marginal decline of 3% (from 80% in 2019) in positive responses, although the number of negative responses has increased from 2% in 2019 to 8% in 2020 and 15% this year.
FDI Attractiveness Scoreboard
As in previous years, corporate taxation remained top of the attractiveness scoreboard; however, it has witnessed a 15% decline in one year. The attractiveness of Malta's stability of social climate (58%) has decreased by 6% and remains in third place, while the telecommunications infrastructure (64%) has retained the second place.
For the second year running, the stability and transparency of the legal, political and regulatory environment is in last place on the FDI attractiveness scoreboard, with only 17% of current foreign investors deeming this parameter to be currently attractive and 64% not attractive.
Malta's research and development and innovation environment also scored poorly: only 20% of respondents believed that the current environment is attractive.
Priorities to remain globally competitive
Respondents continue to believe that to remain globally competitive Malta's utmost priority should be a focus on reputation and brand, as well as education and skills. The strengthening of the country's' institutions, enforcement and monitoring is also important for many respondents, ranking in third place, followed closely by the development of new economic sectors.
With recruitment increasing, companies' challenge to find the required skills has resurfaced. Only 31% of investors are finding the required specialised skills, down from 38% in 2020 - although still up from 27% in 2019.
Retention levels have also gone back to pre-pandemic levels with 78% managing to retain their specialised personnel - down from 96% during 2020.
View from EY
In his foreword, Ronald Attard, EY Malta Country Managing Partner, stated: "For the first time since we have been conducting our survey, a significant part of the investors interviewed are telling us that Malta is currently unattractive for FDI. This might not be easy to digest as we are accustomed to better results. This outcome is not necessarily only due to the grey listing, but it has certainly played a big part. It would be foolish to bury our heads in the sand and not act immediately."
He highlighted that since a large majority, eight out of ten, still believe their future is here in Malta, there is still time to act and the FATF grey listing needs to be tackled in the shortest timeframe possible. "Other countries, most notably Iceland, have passed through the same process and come out the other side in a timely and effective fashion, and Malta can too. It is imperative though to look beyond short-sighted gains and shift the focus towards building future-proof framework, legislation, and enforcement to underpin long-term economic prosperity."
Looking at Malta' FDI attractiveness parameters he highlighted that although some features were on the decline, these can be addressed. "Our tax regime remains our topmost attractive feature for FDI investors, but its attractiveness has declined by 15% in one year. Developments internationally will certainly have had a bearing. The stability of the political, legal and regulatory environment has placed last for the second year running. Some years back this parameter ranked at the very top. With consistent effort from all interested parties, improvements can be registered once more."
Attard went on to reiterate some key messages that were mentioned in the same report just one year ago. "In last year's report we asked whether this was the time to pause and reflect. We asked whether we should take the opportunity to reframe our future. Potentially, a new economic model that is less based on numbers - be it number of cars, tourists, permits, or property sales - may be needed. One that focuses more on well-being and the quality of life of our residents. An economic model where the benefits of an attractive tax system are eclipsed by the strength of our talent pool, digital infrastructure, innovation environment, quality of life and social fabric."
Finally, he closed with a positive message that if acted upon these challenges can be overcome. "These are all priority areas going forward but it's worth keeping in mind that our weaknesses are not permanent. Far from it. We have the capability and resources to turn our fortunes around and harness our strengths to compete with the very best."
EY's Future Realised Week
EY's fast-paced virtual event, Future Realised Week, is intended to trigger new ideas, challenge perspectives, and explore different possibilities for Malta.
Following the release of EY's Attractiveness Survey today, the firm will outline the results of the 4th EY Generate Survey on Thursday 21st October, setting out how Malta's youth view the economy and their future in Malta. On Thursday EY also announce the results of a survey held on the Future of Work and how it can be reimagined.
Future Realised Week is taking place between 19 - 22 October 2021, with four 2-hour sessions lined-up each day. Three former European Prime Ministers and speakers from the IMF, World Economic Forum, and the European Commission, together with global technology and artificial intelligence gurus from Microsoft, SAP, WHO and senior global leaders from EY will address the virtual conference. They will be joined by the Prime Minister and Leader of the Opposition as well as local business leaders, academics, and NGOs.
For more information and to book your free place visit: https://www.ey.com/en_mt/events/future-realised-2021
Download the Malta Attractiveness Survey: https://www.ey.com/en_mt/articles/malta-attractiveness-survey-2021
In today's session, a number of local and international speakers took part.
Reacting directly to the survey, Marisa Xuereb, President of the Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry, said that "the message investors are sending is clear. Malta is a viable location for business, as many are saying that they will still be here in 10 years' time. However, the FATF grey listing greatly jeopardises our ability to attract new investment."
She spoke of the importance placed on Malta's quick exit from the grey list in order to prove the country's capabilities. Another major concern she highlighted was the skills shortage. "Addressing both of these challenges is important."
Norman Aquilina, CEO of Simonds Farsons Cisk said that logistics is an issue and it is not considered as an attractive factor by many. He said that it might become a growing issue, and that it is having a particular impact on the manufacturing industry, especially when considering that Malta is an island.
Alfred Vella, the University of Malta Rector, spoke about education. He said that the university is likely to continue with its probationary enrolment programme, which saw students who had not quite achieved their matriculation grades admitted to university.
Gordon Cordina, Chairperson of the Board of Directors of the Bank of Valletta, said that the tax regime, which was previously a predictable element, is now facing more uncertainty. He also said that likely, immigration will remain a key element in growth, and spoke of the need to focus on higher-skilled migrant workers.
Jan Peter Balkenende, Former Prime Minister of the Netherlands, spoke of the future in terms of sustainable development and the environment. He said that the future could be great for Malta, but there must be a clear defined innovation strategy, in line with sustainable development goals. He also stressed the importance of speaking to young people.
Kotaro Ishi, Deputy Unit Chief in the European Department and Mission Chief for Malta, from the International Monetary Fund, gave an overview of the situation in Malta. "Malta's economy boomed in the years prior to the pandemic," he said, adding that government debt had fell from 60% GDP in 2010s to below 40% GDP in 2019.
He said the pandemic shock hit Malta hard, especially the tourism sector. Tourism GDP had fallen by nearly 40% during first half of 2020, he said. Most tourism dependant countries in Europe, he said, like Spain, Portugal and Greece, were hit equally hard by the pandemic last year. He said that the good news is that growth is recovering, but the threat of new variants remains.
"In Malta, the easing of containment measures, the vaccine rollout, the reopening of economy for tourism season, means that the economy is recovering. We expect GDP growth to gain momentum in 2022."
Ben Butters, CEO of Eurochambres, spoke about seasonal skills shortages that Malta faces, and mentioned the hospitality industry. "This creates consequences and problems and we need to find ways to help countries with fluctuating skills demands meet those demands." He said that the EU is key in terms of mobility. "It's about enabling people with an established set of skills and young people who are new to the job market, or not yet in the job market, to test different job and career opportunities and contribute to the needs of businesses."
Tue, 19 Oct 2021 09:44:00 +0100
Biker critically injured in Gozo accident
A motorcyclist was seriously injured in a traffic accident in Gozo early on Tuesday morning, the police said.
The accident took place in Rabat Road, Zebbug, Gozo at 2am.
The biker, a 38-year-old man of Zebbug, lost control of the bike and crashed into an electricity pole.
He was taken to Gozo hospital with serious injuries.
Magistrate Simone Grech is leading an inquiry.
Tue, 19 Oct 2021 07:49:00 +0100
Maltese, Libyan foreign ministers discuss way forward for Libya
Maltese and Libyan Foreign Ministers discussed the difficult way forward for the Libyan people to reunite and take back the wealth for all the Libyan people, a statement from the Maltese ministry said.
Minister Evarist Bartolo met his Libyan counterpart Najla Al Mangoush while attending the meeting of EU Foreign Ministers in Luxembourg.
Minister Bartolo augured that the spirit of Omar Al Mukhtar wins over those who have an interest in Libya and abroad to take over the Libyan wealth instead of being used for the good of the Libyan people. Al Mukhtar had given his life for a free and united Libya.
The Council of Foreign Ministers also discussed relations between the EU and the Arab Gulf countries. Minister Bartolo said that Malta is in favour of the strengthening of the ties between the Arab Gulf and the EU.
‘The EU must treat these countries with equal respect. Better quiet diplomacy than a lot of noisy condemnations,’ emphasised Minister Bartolo.
Minister Bartolo spoke on the need for the EU to move more on free trade with the Arab Gulf countries which play an important role in the Mediterranean and Africa.
Tue, 19 Oct 2021 07:22:00 +0100
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