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NEWS | Wednesday, 25 November 2009

Sadness, relief as ‘Justicegate’ finally draws to a close

Raphael Vassallo
Karl Stagno Navarra
In a crowded hall of the Criminal Court in Valletta, Mr Justice Giannini Caruana Demajo yesterday ended years of speculation and uncertainty regarding the fate of Noel Arrigo by finding the former Chief Justice guilty on three separate counts: bribery, trading in influence and revealing official secrets. >>


Sam Estates


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The project to give Malta a new parliament building is still in the pipeline. Only recently we learnt that the Piano design has been amended to set MP’s seats in facing rows rather than in a horseshoe formation. The underlying assumption is clear – that our democracy will always take the form it has today. ..>>

Anna Mallia
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