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David Casa says that the EP report calls for the resignation of Konrad Mizzi and Keith Schembri

Head of the PN delegation David Casa said that in light of the report issued earlier today by the European Parliament, Minister Konrad Mizzi and Keith Schembri should resign, be investigated, and face justice.  Mr Casa issued his reaction to this report in a statement published earlier today.

Mr Casa’s statement says that the report states that an overhaul of the offices of the Police Commissioner and the Attorney General needs to take place as these failed to prosecute clear cases of corruption and money laundering despite the evidence they possessed.

It adds that the report does not conclude the work of the delegation, as further meetings have been requested with Chief Justice Silvio Camilleri, among others, and also calls for investigations by the European Banking Authority and the European Central Bank into the circumstances under which Pilatus Bank continues to hold a license to provide services in the European Union.

It also specifically asks the European Banking Authority to investigate whether the MFSA is carrying out its duties as a national supervisory authority in view of the fact that Pilatus Bank and Nexia BT are still licensed in Malta.

The report also called for the European Commission to investigate SLAPP – the practice used by Henley and Partners and Pilatus Bank to silence Maltese journalists by threatening with legal proceedings in jurisdictions outside the EU.

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Read the report:

Mission Report

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