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Corporate Dispatch Morning Briefing

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Good morning,

This is your morning briefing with the main news  from Malta and the world to start your day informed.

Situation in PN 

The Malta Independent reveals that former MEP Francis Zammit Dimech offered to mediate between the different sides within the PN.  The Times reports that PN Leader Adrian Delia is ruling out a vote of confidence and said that he is growing ‘frustrated’ with some MPs.  L-Orizzont says that PN Treasurer David Camilleri stepped down over his participation in the Executive Council voting on Saturday.  In-Nazzjon quotes PN Leader Adrian Delia who said that this is not the time to point fingers at each other, but to unite and work closer together. L-Orizzont reports that Jean Pierre Debono renounced his co-option to parliament after two PN members filed a judicial protest in court over his election.

Other headlines:

Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte threatened to step down if the ruling League and 5Star Movement don’t stop bickering.-Continue Reading


Donald Trump paid tribute to ‘eternal friendship’ between the US and the UK. -Continue Reading 


Sudan verges towards civil war- Continue Reading


Investigations underway as German regional council president shot dead at home – Continue Reading


New targeted medicine gives hope to younger women with breast cancer – Continue Reading


Apple brings back its Mac Pro, gives iPhone a new iOS and bids farewell to iTunes – Continue Reading

Other stories from Malta’s newspapers

The Malta Independent asks Minister Konrad Mizzi about unannounced trips to Dubai in 2015 and 2016. Mizzi said that visits were related to official government business.

The Times quotes the cultural heritage watchdog which criticised additions to the Fortizza in Sliema and called for their removal.

In-Nazzjon covers the state visit to the UK by US President Donald Trump. The President met the Royal family and will today meet Prime Minister Theresa May.

L-Orizzont says that the National Archives will be transferred to a new site after an agreement with the government.


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