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All articles • 'panama papers'
[WATCH] Muscat sets conditions on Mizzi appearing in front of Panama Papers MEPs’ committee
National 28-09

Prime Minister Joseph Muscat says the government has not yet received an invitation for former energy minister Konrad Mizzi to appear in front of the European Parliament’s committee investigating the Panama Papers scandal

European Parliament opens Panama Papers inquiry
Europe 28-09

A panel of 65 members heard from journalists involved in breaking the story of the Mossack Fonseca data leak, kicking off a 10-month inquiry

Panama Papers committee chairman: Konrad Mizzi will be called to testify
Europe 27-09

First meeting of the PANA committee in the European Parliament invites ICIJ journalists to discuss their work on Panama Papers

ICIJ’s Bahamas leaks reveal EU Commissioner held offshore directorship
World 21-09

Details of Neelie Kroes’ link to the offshore company among the revelations found in new leak of Bahamas documents, received by the German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung and shared with ICIJ

[WATCH] Simon Busuttil: new PN government will launch independent inquiry into Panamagate
National 20-09

PN leader’s Independence Day rally pledges “independence from injustice, corruption and poverty” • PN in government will reduce government housing rental hikes and ensure free medicinals for elderly

Adrian Hillman claims unfair dismissal from Allied Newspapers
Court & Police 20-09

In a statement the board of directors of Allied Newspapers “robustly” rejected Adrian Hillman's claims of unfair dismissal

Simon Busuttil: Konrad Mizzi must respect MEPs’ Panama Papers ‘summons’
National 18-09

PN leader says he is convinced he can beat Joseph Muscat at the next general election

Times internal inquiry on Adrian Hillman concluded
National 16-09

Allied Newspapers’ board of directors examining findings by internal inquiry led by Giovanni Bonello

The mark of Panama
Editorial 14-09

Leo Brincat's vote against the no-confidence motion filed against Konrad Mizzi caused him to pay the ultimate price before a majority of MEPs who included members from the greens, liberal democrats, as well as left-wing and other eurosceptic groupings

Panama Papers haunts Leo Brincat as MEPs vote overwhelmingly against auditor nomination
Europe 13-09

European People’s Party – the largest party in the EP – votes against Leo Brincat's nomination in 381 votes against, 229 for and 58 absentions

What happened to the Panama Papers investigation?
Editorial 13-09

There is more than just a political dimension to the Panama Papers; and international interest is by no means limited to the European Union.

Every year Malta wipes out €2 billion in foreign tax by giving shareholders 85% rebates on their tax
National 13-09

Panama Papers hall of shame will also place Malta’s imputation tax system under limelight when MEPs investigate tax avoidance structures

Australian police and tax officers carry out 18 raids on Panama Papers clients
World 07-09

Australian Federal Police and the Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission carried out raids after investigations into 800 clients of Panama law firm Mossack Fonseca

Leo Brincat ‘considered resigning’ from Cabinet during Panama Papers debacle • Nomination approved
National 05-09

Brincat expresses satisfaction at having obtained the approval of the majority of committee members • Faced with questions over his decision to support embattled minister Konrad Mizzi in the midst of Panama Papers revelations, Leo Brincat reminds European Parliament that he had ‘no choice’ • Says if he were Mizzi he would have 'stepped down or suspended himself from parliamentary group' • Nomination approved

Panama Papers expected to feature in ‘awkward’ grilling of ECA nominee Leo Brincat
Europe 05-09

Malta’s nominee to the European Court of Auditors Leo Brincat faces tough grilling with his refusal to back a no-confidence motion against minister Konrad Mizzi during the Panama Papers scandal, expected to take centre-stage

[ANALYSIS] Why Labour is spinning a leadership tussle in the PN
National 01-09

Many rank and file PN voters openly acknowledge that Busuttil is not the best leader their party can have. But if Busuttil is so unelectable why does Labour appear so enthusiastic for a leadership change in the PN?

After Panama – two weights, two measures
Letters 26-08

Among those 11.5 million documents that caused the planet to wobble, we are told that the Russian leader has some US$2 billion dollars stashed away

EU lawyers tell governments they can contest Panama committee’s legality
National 17-08

EU Council’s legal services raises doubts on legal validity of MEPs to summon government ministers, like Konrad Mizzi, to answer on taxation rules and Panama Papers

Finance Minister not privy to FIAU investigation into Panama Papers
National 10-08

Edward Scicluna ‘not aware’ whether financial intelligence unit has concluded its Panama Papers probe

Stiglitz quits Panama Papers commission, cites lack of transparency
World 06-08

Economist Joseph Stiglitz and anti-corruption expert Mark Pieth quit Panama Papers commission after Panama's government refuses to guarantee that their investigations will be made public

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