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Joseph Muscat’s former top aide, Keith Schembri, who is considered to be a person of interest in Daphne Caruana Galizia’s murder, has popped up in Tunis. A source familiar with Mr Schembri’s travel arrangements told Times of Malta that the former chief of staff’s close associate Neville Gafa, and his former private secretary Kenneth Azzopardi were also in Tunisia. Source: Times of Malta
Manfred Galdes is taking the stand to testify about FIAU’s reports concerning persons of in interest in Caruana Galizia’s murder and on whom police had failed to take action. Source: Malta Today
Gozo Minister Justyne Caruana has resigned on Monday after reports linked her husband to the man accused with complicity in the murder of Daphne Caruana Galizia. Sources told The Malta Independent that the minister had been requested to resign on Sunday. Source: The Malta Independent
Prime Minister Robert Abela said that Justyne Caruana’s resignation from the Cabinet is a sign of the new standards which the Government will be adhering to.Dr Abela was speaking to journalists in front of Parliament as he came out of the sitting during which he announced the resignation of Dr Caruana from her post as Gozo Minister. Source: TVM
The law firm Chetcuti Cauchi, which had its passport selling license suspended after journalists recorded one of the firm’s agents boasting of his political connections, has obtained the full video recorded by the journalists. Source: Newsbook